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It is designed to help clients to understand and their self determined goals through meaningful resolution of problems of an emotional or interpersonal nature" (Burks and Stefflre, 1979). Thank you for your interest in Radford University's Doctor of Psychology Program. USU Student Counseling Center - Applied experience at the USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) center includes intakes, treatment planning, intervention (individual and group) and termination with university students VA Medical Center (Salt Lake City) - Practicum in a VA hospital with opportunities in the following areas: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Neurocognitive Assessment, Addiction Recovery, General Outpatient Mental Health, Women Warrior, and Integrative Health in Holistic Medicine.

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