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3.6: CMHC Intern Ratings by Site Supervisors

CARSON-NEWMAN UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE STUDIES IN COUNSELING

Evaluation of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Interns by Site Supervisors

During 2018-2019 academic year, the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program placed 24 interns in 15 sites. Mental health counseling sites include: Helen Ross McNabb Center, Bethany Adoption Agency, Health Connect America, Carson-Newman Student Counseling Center, Youth Villages, Tennessee Department of Probation, Faith Promise Church, Cokesbury Counseling Center, and various private practice settings.

Site Supervisors offered the following comments about our student interns on their evaluations: "Good knowledge of A&D field"; "strong communication skills and professionalism"; "professional and highly motivated"; and, "good ability to build rapport with clients."

 IMPLICATIONS: During internship, clinical mental health counseling candidates demonstrate ability to connect with clients and colleagues in a professional manner and to integrate knowledge and skills acquired at Carson-Newman.

To review 2018-19 data, click links below:

Evals_of_CMHC_Interns_2018SU_COUN668.pdf

Evals_of_CMHC_Interns_2018FA_COUN668.pdf

Evals_of_CMHC_Interns_2019SP_COUN668.pdf 

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