M.A. - Counseling, General, College Student Services, Career Counseling, School Psychology (with PPS credential), School Counseling (with PPS credential), Marital and Family Therapy/Professional Clinical Counselor integrated emphasis.
The Graduate Counseling Program MFT/LPCC Emphasis is designed for people who wish to work in a variety of different settings, including agencies and private practice. Our MFT/LPCC Emphasis provides the educational requirements necessary to pursue a Marriage and Family Therapy OR Professional Clinical Counselor License. The MFT/LPCC specialization is the largest emphasis in the Graduate Counseling Program with a reputation for cultivating ethical, knowledgeable, and empathic counselors who address the whole person, given the individual's socio-political and cultural context. The Graduate Counseling Program provides a supportive learning environment that encourages students' personal wellness, cultural awareness, and professional development as counselors. As students seek to learn not only facts but also fundamental principles, they gain insight into their own life experiences and personalities. They embark upon a quest that touches the spirit as well as the intellect, illuminates connectedness as much as individuality, and promotes wonder as much as it instills mastery.
WASC accredited institution.
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International Financial Aid:
# of Credits Required:
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