Internship 2: Clinical Skills

Course Code: CYC 214

Academic Year: 2021-2022

CYC students are expected to work from a developmental and ecological perspective, to assess and respond to the strength and diverse social, emotional and behavioral needs of children, youth and families, and to maintain an anti-oppression perspective in their work. In this course, students will plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based and strength-based interventions in the areas of therapeutic milieu and programming, teamwork and advocacy. This occurs through a work-integrated learning model, wherein students either engage in practical projects linking authentic experiences, in-person or remote work experiences.