What are the Requirements for the Program?
In order to qualify for this program, an applicant must have a career focus in the behavioral health/health field. Student must complete all requirements in the academic year. Other requirements include:
- Completing two (2) Clinical Methods courses on evidence-based behavioral health interventions (e.g. Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, or Core Concept in Trauma Treatment, Clinical Social Work with Addictive Behaviors. This is not a complete list).
- Completing a 1-credit Inter-professional course offered on campus OR participating in another interprofessional experiences (e.g., UMB’s President’s Clinic, etc);
- Successfully completing the BHWISE Lifespan approved Advanced Field Placement for the academic year.
- Attending six monthly seminars to integrate your field experience and receive additional education on integrated behavioral health topics.
Signing a commitment letter, stating intent to pursue employment in integrated behavioral health, especially with underserved populations upon graduation.