A pathway to success.

Students in the Counseling Psychology program graduate well-prepared for a successful career as professional therapists. The program focuses on teaching students a relational and systemic model for providing counseling services.

You will focus on the family as an interactive system, integrating academic knowledge and clinical skills to prepare you for a full range of clinical challenges. You will also develop personal insights and communication skills that enable you to work effectively in a wide variety of settings.

Our graduates point to an outstanding record of obtaining internships, passing licensing examinations (MFT), and establishing successful practices in both private practice and institutional settings.

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On-site Counseling Centers

A special feature of the Counseling Psychology program is a 12-month practicum placement in one of our on-site Community Counseling Center program locations.

Both centers are low-cost community counseling facilities, which provide intensive on-site clinical training experience for graduate students. The clients who are seen by student therapists at the centers provide experience in working with a full range of marital, family, and child problems.

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The school’s counseling centers are really jewels of the community. Under supervision, we get a chance to engage and truly help people who might not otherwise be able to afford it. It’s a tremendous amount of responsibility and one of the great rewards of the program.

Kevin Rogers

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As part of the program, students are required to complete a 12-month practicum. It's really the integration of the material from the classroom into the clinical setting that we focus on.

Jamie Banker, Ph.D., Program Director

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