Center for Health and Wellness Innovation

School of Health and Human Services Practicum Training Clinic

The School of Health and Human Services practicum training clinic provides extensive clinical training, with an emphasis in health and wellness for students and community members.  The clinic provides training opportunities for graduate students to gain applied experience in interviewing skills, assessment, individual, group counseling (including focus groups), couples and family counseling and therapy. 

If you are interested in forming a collaborative partnership, both campus and community partners, in any of these areas, we are open to ideas and new ways to support graduate student training and overall student health and wellness.

Programs active in the lab

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Students are trained to integrate social justice and cultural fluency practices in their work with individual, family and group counseling.

Our students' experiences include:

  • Three-semester practicum in individual and advanced group counseling which is unique in the region
  • Live-supervised in-house practicum training
  • Hands-on approach learning in all courses
  • Students currently serve as an overflow for our Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University.