Supervised Internship - Part-time, Part B

30 points

Not offered 2024

For further information see School of Health Sciences


The part-time internship year includes practice-based learning within internships, enquiry-based and skills-based learning in teaching weeks, and self-study. Upon successful completion of the internship year courses, students will demonstrate the core competencies for psychologists practising within the ‘Psychologist’ scope of practice, detailed in the New Zealand Psychologists Board Core Competencies for the practice of Psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. Students will also develop advanced, specialist skills and knowledge related to psychological practice with children, adolescents and families. These core competencies pertain to: - Discipline, Knowledge, Scholarship and Research - Diversity, Culture, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Professional, Legal, and Ethical Practice - Framing, Measuring, and Planning - Intervention and Service Implementation - Communication - Professional and Community Relations, Consultation, Collaboration - Reflective Practice - Supervision