Campus Masters of Counseling Psychology Programs
Master of Science in Art Therapy Counseling.
Preparing Culturally Competent Therapists to Help Clients Achieve a More Fulfilling Quality of Life...
The M.A. in Clinical Psychology program Specialization Martial and Family Therapy (MFT) provides strong preparation in the development of essential diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative skills in order to work with a variety of clinical population...
Our clinical mental health counseling students are prepared for employment as licensed professional counselors in a wide variety of settings.
The MS in Marital and Family Therapy is designed to give students a broad academic background, as well as professional practice, for working with individuals, couples, groups, and families in a variety of settings.
By educating art and dance therapy students to become accomplished clinicians, graduates of the Creative Arts Therapy department help individuals with mental health issues reach their full potential.
Designed for the continued professional development of those who currently serve, or will serve, their community in various...
This Master's program prepares individuals to function as professional mental health counselors.
This program provides you with a strong foundation in addiction treatment, with advanced course work in mental health counseling.
Cutting-edge program designed to prepare students to become Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) working with forensic populations.
Chatham's Master of Science in Counseling Psychology program focuses on the professional, intellectual, and personal growth of students, emphasizing human-centered values as well as evidence-informed treatment approaches.
A low-residency program grounded in theory, research and self-knowledge, and influenced by current social complexities.
Mental health counselors work alongside psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers to provide counseling services to people from all walks of life.
Our Master’s Degree in Family Therapy (MFT) is a unique collaborative effort between two highly-respected institutions: Thomas Jefferson University and the Council for Relationships.
The residential Marriage and Family Counseling program consists of a minimum of 60 hours. This degree program is appropriate for those seeking licensure as Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT). This program provides graduates a thorough background in individual and group counseling theories and techniques, as well as clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on the integration of faith into counseling practice, and understanding the ethical, professional, and legal issues in counseling.
The Master of Arts in Addiction Studies is a 33 credit master's degree designed to prepare students to become Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselors (LCADC) in New Jersey.
Four tracks are available: School Counseling; College Counseling; Rehabilitation Counseling; and Community Counseling.
The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program provides an integrated, comprehensive approach to training to help broadly impact your career as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) or Counseling Psychologist (MA)...
The M.A. in Counseling with School Counseling Specialization prepares qualified individuals who wish to pursue the profession of counselor in school settings.
The offers coursework leading to the M.Ed. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical mental health and school counseling.