The graduate clinical practicum offers clinical training to PhD students in clinical or school psychology from Duke University or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in evidence-based evaluation and intervention services for autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. In the evaluation component of the rotation, graduate students gain first-hand experiences administering, scoring, and interpreting assessment tools, preparing psychological reports, and collaborating with the clinical team.
Students may be involved in the provision of individual, family, and group therapy services. Supervision is provided in individual and group formats. In addition to the clinical training experiences, the rotation involves active participation in seminars.