Why Choose the Clinical Concentration?
With a long history of preparing highly qualified clinical social work practitioners, our Clinical Concentration focuses on strengths-based practice in a variety of clinical settings and prepares students for licensed independent practice.
- mental health counseling/therapy;
- clinical work with at-risk families;
- clinical case management with homeless individuals;
- trauma treatment;
- school social work;
- play therapy with children; and
- community-based work with the elderly.
The advanced year curriculum includes the following:
801, 802, 803, 804 (elect 2)
821, 822 (elect 1)
723, 724, 725
6 semester hours
Health Care Specialization
Choose 1 of the following: 653, 662, 663, 668 (elective)
Clinical SW with Older Adults; Adults; Adolescents and Young Adults; Children
Psychodynamic; Cognitive -Behavioral, Transpersonal
Clinical Field Education and Integrative Seminar I & II
Elect 6 semester hours of free electives
Health Care Field Education and Integrative Seminar I & II
Theory and Models of Health Care
Attachment Theory and Neurobiology, Death, Treatment of Chemical Dependency, Health Care Policy, Advocacy and Decision-making
Questions about the Clinical Concentration? Feel free to call or email Dr. Eileen Dombo.