Interns have the opportunity to spend approximately three hours a week providing consultation, outreach, and/or direct services for a particular group or campus program. We refer to these as “minor rotations” because they are not a primary focus for the intern and do not detract from the intern’s participation in the core of generalist training and service activities in which all interns engage. Interns have developed minor rotations with various University offices, such as Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center, Student Support Services, Multicultural Student Services, International Programs, and Residence Life.
Interns have also developed minor rotations within CAPS that focus on a specific training or clinical area of interest, such as alcohol and substance use assessment and intervention, additional group therapy, co-teaching an in-house doctoral-level practicum, or additional testing and assessment for a particular population. Exploring and choosing a minor rotation occurs under the direction and support of the Training Director.