Our Master of Counselling Psychology (MCP): School and Youth Concentration program prepares students with comprehensive knowledge, skills, and real-world experience for successfully providing therapeutic
services for children, adolescents, and their families. Students gain a strong foundation in counselling theories and methods and are trained to be self-reflexive, ethically aware clinicians.
This unique program provides a non-thesis option for students interested in a practitioner-based master’s degree credential, and empowers students with clinical coursework that reflects contemporary challenges
counsellors of children and adolescents face. We offer an immersive learning experience that brings together real-world training with a focus on socially responsible practice—all led by experts in the field. Through
strong faculty support, professional networks, and the University’s extensive partnerships with community agencies, our students gain valuable practicum and clinical experience in a wide variety of settings.
Students learn through a rigorous curriculum that, while focused on serving diverse populations, emphasizes the care of children and adolescents through research-based counselling theories and techniques.
Adler University is a recognized pioneer in graduate education, training scholar-practitioners who are committed to a more just society.
- Work as a counselling professional and help children, adolescents, and their families cope with life’s challenges in a range of settings.
- Earn your degree in two years of full-time study through small, intimate classes or part-time.
- Work with leaders in the field who embody Adler’s unique focus on socially responsible practice.
- A non-thesis option for those interested in a practitioner-based Master of Counselling Psychology credential.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission