To successfully complete the internship, the intern must:
1. Satisfy requirements for total training time of 2000 hours which includes: intake, individual counseling, emergency coverage, outreach and consultation, providing and receiving supervision, completion of at least one elective activity each semester, participation in intern seminar, research seminar, intern support meetings, peer supervision meetings, staff meetings, and other professional development activities. At least 25% of these hours must be earned through direct service, which includes counseling, delivering an outreach presentation, providing consultation to parents, faculty, staff, or students, providing supervision, and teaching.
2. Complete all chart records and clinical paperwork and review these materials with supervisor(s) before the end of the internship.
3. Satisfy any and all additional competency requirements of the internship, as indicated by satisfactory response to any remediation program/requirements instituted during the internship.
4. Receive evaluations indicating sufficient achievement of required competencies as detailed in the Intern Handbook.