Students are exposed to a wide range of therapeutic models and counseling styles. Graduates of this program are found working in mental health agencies, correctional settings, family counseling centers, business and personnel positions, private practice, and many other settings requiring expertise in human resource development. Upon completion of the program, the professional counselor is prepared to: work individually with clients on educational, vocational, social, emotional, or personal problems; consult with other professionals and administrators concerning the client's developmental needs; participate in psychological assessment programs, including the interpretation of test results; provide information and understanding to clients in the areas of educational, social, or vocational planning; and conduct and facilitate local research efforts.
Accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program (CACREP)
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