The Evidence-Based Internship

The Evidence-Based Internship

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This book is intended for use in any professional program that has a practicum or internship. Chief among those are social work, criminal justice, psychology, and even psychiatry. In addition, the book is a supplementary text for field seminars, practice methods courses, or any course introducing students to the helping process. The primary purpose of the book is to offer students an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to become competent and confident professional practitioners. The evidence-based framework of the book will teach students to apply science to real-life problems in the practicum or internship. The authors identify best practices for positive client outcomes and for a successful student practicum or internship experience by selecting essential knowledge and skills for learning. The book is a resource guide with applied learning activities to assist students during the field experience.A Field Manual Barbara Thomlison, Kevin J. Corcoran. Thyer, B. A. (2002). ... Tompkins, M. A. (2004). ... In C. Franklin, M. B. Harris, aamp; P. Allen-Meares (Eds.), School social work and mental health workers training and resource manual.

Title:The Evidence-Based Internship
Author: Barbara Thomlison, Kevin J. Corcoran
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2008

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