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The purpose of the internship is to enable the student to refine and enhance their counseling skills, develop more advanced clinical, relational and intervention skills, and integrate professional knowledge during their field placement. Complete a supervised practicum in a school setting to gain valuable hands-on experience counseling students. MPCAC emphasizes a scientist-practitioner model of training in psychology. In my opinion, what distinguishes Adlerian practitioners from other counselors is the emphasis on the purposefulness of behavior.

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