Practicum guidelines follow those of the State of California for a MFT certified program. Graduate students receive weekly supervision both at their practicum site and on campus. Students must complete 150 hours of direct client contact over two semesters. ) In addition, some students are able to complete some or all of the supervised hours during practica and other applied experiences that are also required for BCBA certification.
Some selected practicum sites:
Behavioral Intervention Services (BIS) Sierra Vista Children's Center Stanislaus County Department of Mental Health Center for Human Services Delta Project (Services for DD children & adults)
Course content of the M.S. Psychology Program in Behavior Analysis meets the educational requirements portion of the process to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
The M.S. Psychology Program in Behavior Analysis is accredited by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and meets the course and practica requirements for pre-licensure (MFT Intern). Successful graduates are qualified to pursue licensure for the California Marriage and Family Therapist license (MFT).