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CAMSUA 401 - Advanced Study of Clinical Intervention & Clinical Research

Description
This course will help students understand the assessment, treatment, and effectiveness evaluation procedures used in child and adolescent mental health. A combination of a weekly seminar, a lab placement at the NYU Child Study Center for 4 hours each week, and the completion of course exercises will allow students to obtain a comprehensive knowledge of current clinical practices and how those practices are developed and evaluated. In addition to the course instructors, two experienced clinical psychologists, students will participate with other faculty members during their 4-hour lab. Placements involve: the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy team, the Selective Mutism team, the Organizational Skills Study Group, the Institute for Learning and Academic Achievement, the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program, and the Autism Spectrum Disorders Program. Students are evaluated on seminar participation, completion of assignments, reviews of their placement activity, and a scholarly paper on their chosen topic. Class Notes: Prerequisite: CAMS-UA 101 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology and permission of instructor. If interested in taking the course, please email your unofficial transcript, current resume/CV, and brief description of interests to Margaret McDonald (margaret.mcdonald@nyumc.org). Please note class location: Child Study Center, 1 Park Ave, between 32nd and 33rd St. Add Consent: Department Consent Required. Drop Consent: Department Consent Required.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018
Offered
TuTh, Tu
Avg. Sections
1