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Unread July 30th, 2006, 05:25 AM
Joop Meijers Joop Meijers is offline
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Default How to structure an advanced CBT course

I would appreciate any feedback on the following: This coming academic year I am teaching a class of 20 MA ( second year) students in clinical child psychology. These students have had a full academic year a basic CBT course with some supervision on a CBT case. The supervision was given by the course instructor since in the clinics where the students see a kid there are no CBT supervisors.
Now what would be a good way to further the development of these 20 students whom I see for 1,5 hour a week for one academic year ( 30 weeks alltoghether). These students do an intership in mental health clinics, two days a week. Any suggestions, ideas etc are welcome.
Joop Meijers
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