1. Consulting Services. Each practicum student will have a major concentration in the areas of direct individual services, organizational development, assessment profiling and management and leadership development training. This focus includes work with individuals, groups, and experience with diagnostic assessment and test interpretation.

  2. Professional Development Time. Each practicum student will identify areas of professional strengths and weaknesses and continue development as a consulting psychologist.

  3. Seminars, Workshops and Case Conferences. Monthly as outlined above.

  4. Didactic Activities. Each practicum student will participate in a programmatic sequence of learning including observation, role-playing and service delivery.

  5. Scholarly Research Activities. Activities include time spent on poster or presentations to professional conferences or other negotiated research proposals.

  6. Staff Development. Practicum students are included in staff development activities of the professional staff, which are scheduled regularly.