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PORTFOLIO SEMINARS

This 3-trimester series of courses provides collegial opportunities in a small group setting led by a faculty mentor/advisor. Activities focus on the development of students’ self and self/other strengths related to professional goals, preparation for practicum, choice examination of educational and other experiences supporting their strengths and aspirations such as identification of research interests, practice in collaboration, and completion of the Learning Portfolio due during the last trimester of Base Year(s).

Full time students meet regularly during their first year and Part-Time students meet regularly during their secod year in Portfolio Seminars with their Faculty Mentor-Advisor to integrate course material and their own professional development plans and accomplishments into a Learning Portfolio, a comprehensive profile of relevant learning to date. Students will be grouped in Portfolio Seminars according to their professional innterests in clinical or counselling psychology.

IP-501 Portfolio Seminar I: Practicum Preparation
(0 credits, 12 hours; pre-requisite: none)
IP-502 Portfolio Seminar II: Readiness for Applied Sequence
(0 credits; 12 hours; prerequisite: IP-501)
IP-503 Portfolio Seminar III: Identification of Research Interests
(0 credits, 12 hours; prerequisite: IP-502)

Description (applies to all three IP-501/2/3): This three-trimester series of courses provides opportunities for collegial interaction in a small group setting led by an instructor who serves as each student’s Faculty Mentor-Advisor. Each trimester includes 4 hours of reflection on group dynamics and theory using the class as an example. Activities focus on the development of students’ self and self-and-other strengths related to professional goals, preparation for practicum, choice of educational and other experiences supporting their strengths and aspirations, identification of research interests, practice in collaboration, and completion of the Learning Portfolio due at the beginning of the last trimester of Base Year Sequence. Although there is no credit awarded for this series per se, 12 hours each trimester are “contributed” by other required courses that benefit from content integration during Portfolio sessions and assignments.

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