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Professional skills and attitudes are developed and internalized through mentoring, supervised clinical practice, relationship with program participants and colleagues of diverse backgrounds, didactic training, scholarly inquiry, and opportunity to work with professionals from other disciplines. 


The program is structured so that practicum students, interns, and residents assume increasing clinical responsibilities in the context of appropriate supervisory support and professional role modeling; work with diverse populations and the professionals from other disciplines; participate in didactic training regarding clinical topics and professional issues; present assessment and psychotherapy teaching cases; and interact with and learn from a variety of peers and supervisors across multiple programs and rotations. 

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