Mentoring Undergraduate Students With Aspirations for Clinically Relevant Work: The Bard College Model

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Although articles abound on the nature of the mentoring relationship for graduate students in clinical psychology, we were able to identify very few publications that address mentoring and advising undergraduate students interested in clinically relevant fields (e.g., clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work). To address this gap in the literature, we review the extant literature and offer specific suggestions and models for undergraduate education and training. In addition, we offer an advising rubric for undergraduate faculty to use as a guide with students interested in clinical realms.

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