Training facilitates development of competencies in the following areas: research, ethical and legal standards, individual and cultural diversity, professional values and attitudes, communication and interpersonal skills, assessment, intervention, supervision, and consultation and interprofessional/interdisciplinary skills.Intensively supervised experiences are offered in individual and group counseling/psychotherapy, crisis intervention, assessment and diagnosis, consultation/outreach, research, training, and other activities appropriate to the setting.
The Center also conducts extensive outreach programming for the University community as well as consultation for various departments and groups on campus.
The majority of groups offered are general therapy groups, including those directed at specific populations (e.g., undergraduate women's groups, returning adult and graduate student groups, men's therapy group, etc.).
In addition, theme oriented groups or clinics are also offered (e.g.
Sexual assault survivors may also be seen for extended services.
An extensive group program is offered, with approximately 20-25 groups per semester being offered.
Approximately 50% of staff time is devoted to the delivery of direct clinical and counseling services.