CLINICAL SUPERVISION AND PRACTICUM
Clinical supervision is available in group study settings and provides students the opportunity to ‘learn by doing’ as they work toward completing their practicum hours. Students will develop competence while working with clients in a therapeutic relationship. Under supervision, students will learn to practice according to ethical guidelines as reviewed in the ethics course in their program. There are a number of potential situations that may arise in practice. Through clinical supervision, students will examine various problems and solutions as they pertain to clinical work.
Through discussion with the supervisor and fellow students, there is an opportunity to build on the 12 core functions of Addictions Counselling (as per the CACCF):
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