Dr. Ronald Jay Werner-Wilson
To learn and practice conceptual skills, including (a) assessment, (b) case planning, and (c) case management.
To learn and practice therapeutic relationship building.
To become familiar with clinic policies and procedures, as outlined in the Administrative Manual.
To learn and practice essential principles of professional dress, conduct, and ethics for marriage and family therapy.
Review requirements for MFT licensure and clinical membership for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Any student needing accommodation for a disability should present their approved accommodation request form from Disability Services to the instructor in order to plan accommodations.
Complete all assigned readings prior to class and participate in activities and discussion.
Complete all assignments in a timely manner.
Participate in Youth and Shelter Services (YSS) On-Call Project.
Demonstrate clinical readiness:
Demonstrate adequate helping skills to facilitate the therapeutic process. This will occur via a therapy simulation that will be videotaped.
Complete and document a minimum of 15 hours of observation of clinical cases from behind the mirror.
Demonstrate adequate knowledge, understanding, and willingness to abide by policies, procedures, and forms contained within the Administrative Manual.
Demonstrate adequate knowledge of technical equipment in the clinic.
Demonstrate the emotional capability to maintain strict confidentiality and ethics.