• M.A. in Counseling – Site Supervisor Program Evaluation 2013-2014

    Site supervisors rate students in CCU's Master of Arts in Counseling program (MAC) above average/average in all areas including: clinical preparation, diagnostic and assessment competency, case conceptualization, goal setting and treatment planning, self-awareness, respect for the whole person, ability to work with diverse people, integrity of character and ethics, and knowledge base.

    Site supervisors report MAC students are more self-aware than interns from other counseling programs and recognize the need for good self-care. The survey also reported CCU MAC students are well supported in their clinical experience with strong clinical studies. Overall, site supervisors are highly pleased with MAC interns.

    Site supervisors would like to see students increase their diagnostic skills and have a deeper understanding of how client’s lives are impacted by family, work, and relational systems. 

    Questions 2013-2014 (n=3)
    Percentage of Very Satisfied/Satisfied
    Appropriate Clinical Preparation 100%
    Diagnostic, Assessment Competency 100%
    Case Conceptualization 100%
    Goal Setting, Treatment Planning 100%
    Accurate Self Awareness 100%
    Respect for Whole Person 100%
    Ability to Work with Diverse People 100%
    Integrity of Character/Ethics 100%
    Appropriate Knowledge Base 100%
    Theory/Theoretical Orientation 100%
    Group Theory/Dynamics 100%
    Human Development 100%
    Agency Roles and Functions 100%