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The Couples and Family Therapy program is a COAMFTE accredited master's program whose faculty are dedicated to enhancing multicultural competencies, promoting social justice, and contributing scholarship that enhances prevention science and practice. The program is housed in the Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services, along with the Counseling Psychology doctoral program and the Family and Human Services undergraduate program.
Couples and Family Therapy one-year pre-doctoral internship.
Teach graduate courses; supervise graduate student clinical work at the Center for Healthy Relationships (CHR); contribute to the implementation of the COE-wide diversity strategic plan; participate in all program events; and contribute to ongoing program development.
• Provide individual and group supervision for interns at the CHR. Supervision will involve weekly meetings with supervisees. Supervision will also involve being available on-site Friday afternoons and evenings during clinic operation.
• Teach 22-24 credits (approximately 6 courses) in the CFT program curriculum over the course of 12 months (this includes group supervision/practicum courses).
• Serve on designated committees.
• Perform other duties as part of the operation of the CHR and as outlined by the CFT Clinical Director.
• Attend monthly CHR staff meeting and all program, department, and college faculty & staff meetings.
• Participate in workshops conducted by the Teaching Effectiveness Program at the University of Oregon.
• Participate in student admission application reviews and program interview day.
• Assist in the ongoing clinical evaluation of CFT interns, evaluate comprehensive examinations, and participate in the formal review of CFT students at the end of the academic year.
• Maintain an active caseload at the CHR.
• Provide supervision of ongoing therapy groups in the CHR.