By George Stricker (auth.), Gary K. Zammit, James W. Hull (eds.)
The internship is the capstone event schooling and coaching preparatory for the applying of psychology in well-being and human prone. it really is analagous for the perform of psychology to what the doctoral dissertation represents within the student's improvement as a pupil. At its most sensible, the internship can be considered as way over easily a require ment for one's measure or licensure, a ceremony de passage for access into the profes sion. particularly, it may be seemed via scholars and school alike as a wealthy chance for private progress, the chance to as sess or even reconsider one's assumptions approximately human habit and psy chological difficulties within the context of other shopper populations, kinds of difficulties addressed, and mental provider process environments. In articulating the 1st formal instructions for the accreditation of grad uate education courses in scientific psychology, a committee of the yank mental organization, created from individual psychologists in their day, requested, "What are the goals of a mental internship?" The committee answered to that question as follows: Underlying all of its goals is the primary . . . that the data es sential to the perform of scientific psychology can't be bought exclusively from books, lectures, or the other units which in simple terms offer infor mation approximately humans or approximately methods of learning them.
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It often is true that settings offering a wider continuum of care to patients also offer a wide spectrum of training opportunities to interns. Intervention Resources. This dimension refers to the variety of treatment modalities, staff, and technological resources available in a health care setting. Settings in which there are multiple treatment modalities, multidisciplinary teams of professionals, and updated diagnostic and therapeutic equipment tend to provide the richest training environments.
Admissions Facilities Inpatient hospitalization for acute treatment, intermediate care, or long-term (extended) care requires an initial clinical and administrative process known as admission (see chapter 6). In many facilities the admitting process is carried out in a separate admitting area or on an admissions (also known as intake or triage) unit. These units often are composed of examination, emergency, or acute care treatment rooms. They are usually staffed by a mix of clinical and administrative personnel who are on duty 24 hours a day.
Guidebook for Clinical Psychology Interns by George Stricker (auth.), Gary K. Zammit, James W. Hull (eds.)