Campus Counseling Psychology Graduate Programs in Pennsylvania
Four tracks are available: School Counseling; College Counseling; Rehabilitation Counseling; and Community Counseling.
Rosemont College takes a holistic approach by emphasizing personal growth and training graduate students to become competent and ethical professionals...
The MS Program in Mental Health Counseling offers a dynamic curriculum designed to prepare counselors to provide assessment and psychotherapy services in a broad range of mental health settings.
La Salle's COAMFTE-accredited Marriage and Family degree trains students to evaluate and treat mental, emotional, and behavioral...
The M.S.Ed. Marriage and Family Counseling is comprised of 60 credits and is accredited by the Council for Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Teaches the skills necessary for the professional practice of counseling and college student personnel work.
For students who aspire to leadership positions in various human services organizations.
The M.S. in Art Therapy Specialization develops knowledgeable and skilled practitioners, researchers and policy makers, who utilize art therapy as a distinct, therapeutic practice when helping individuals cope with trauma.
The Masters program trains graduate students in the skills required to become an independent practitioner or work as a contributing member of an inter...
The University of Scranton is an urban Jesuit school located in northeastern Pennsylvania (USA). The institution enrolls about 5,000 students, 750 of...
Two tracks are offered: Clinical Mental Health or School Counseling.
The graduate program in Music Therapy guides qualified persons in the research and study of how music can be used in health, education, business, indu...
Provides instruction in all content areas required by the Counsel for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
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 M.A. in Counseling program at Geneva College provides academic training to prepare students to become Licensed Professional Counselors.