Campus Counseling & Therapy Graduate Programs
Our clinical mental health counseling students are prepared for employment as licensed professional counselors in a wide variety of settings.
The field of counseling thrives on life-long learning and professional development for counselors to continue to provide ethical and effective mental health services to the larger community.
The MS in Counseling is a 2-year, 90-quarter credit program with options to specialize in Licensed Professional Clinical Counseling (LPCC), Pupil Personnel Services in School Counseling (PPS), or both.
Integral Counseling Psychology was the first accredited, transpersonal psychology program in the United States.
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.
Cutting-edge program designed to prepare students to become Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) working with forensic populations.
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.
The Post-Master's Certificate in Professional Counseling is an eighteen-credit program designed for students who are completing or have completed a CACREP-accredited Master's degree in counseling.
Alternative, fully accredited. Holistic, transformational, deep personal growth, experiential. Graduates get EXCEPTIONAL jobs.
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)...
This program is intended for those who hold a master’s degree and who require additional graduate credits in order to be eligible for the credential, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in New Jersey.
This unique, 15-credit Graduate Certificate program was created in response to the increasing number of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and is underscored by recent Connecticut legislative actions proposed on behalf of children, adults, and families.
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Saint Mary's Graduate Counseling Program offers specializations in both College Student Services and Career Counseling.