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From the Publisher"Instructive and very practical for assisting practicum students, interns, and supervisors alike, this text is probably the most comprehensive resource available for navigating the practicum and internship experience. The authors have done a superb job in including many significant pieces of research and conclusions from key professionals in the helping fields. With breadth as well as depth, especially in critical areas such as record keeping, ethics, and law, the text provides a wealth of current, helpful information for assisting successful development of upcoming professionals."
Andrew L. Carey, Ph.D., NCC is past president of the Pennsylvania Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (PACES) and past co-editor of the Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association (JPCA).
"This book is important to counselor educators and others who seek an empirical model for the overall clinical experience of counseling students. Boylan and Scott apply relevant research findings to inform us of how distinctively defined a supervised clinical learning experience must be in counselor education programs."
Jack L. Shortridge, EdD, Regional Counseling Director, Webster University
"Drs. Boylan and Scott’s revised edition is an incredible compendium of both necessary and essential information for the Practicum and Internship counseling student. It provides the student with a concise and in-depth review of the critical knowledge and skills vital to their field competencies. Given the masterful integration of theory and practice, I recommend this book for adoption in Practicum and Internship courses in any and all CACREP Counseling Programs."
John J. Lemoncelli, EdD, Assistant Chair and Professor, Psychology and Counseling Department, Marywood University