Multicultural Grand Rounds: Competency-Based Training Model for Clinical Psychology Graduate Students

@article{Stites2014MulticulturalGR,
  title={Multicultural Grand Rounds: Competency-Based Training Model for Clinical Psychology Graduate Students},
  author={Shana D. Stites and Christina Warholic},
  journal={Psychology Learning \& Teaching},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={261 - 269}
}
Preparing students to enter the field of psychology as competent professionals requires that multicultural practices be infused into all areas of training. This article describes how the Grand Rounds model was adapted to a graduate clinical psychology training program to foster applied learning in multicultural competence. This extension of Grand Rounds as A? student-driven program to enhance multiculturalism may help others in doctoral psychology training programs develop experiential learning… 

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