Field Training

Field training (or placement) is designed as a “real-life” clinical experience working outside of the university in various settings. The experience allows students to consolidate knowledge, apply skills and techniques, and solidify their clinical competence in their specialization. Throughout the field training experience, students receive individual supervision in the field and group supervision at the university.

Field Training Courses
Group Supervision
Individual Supervision
    

Students complete 600 hours of field training over the course of the MA program.
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Read about our students' summer internship work with Camp Koby v'Yosef (from the Jerusalem Post).

                                     

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