Pursuing an education in counseling can prepare students for a variety of careers in the fields of academia, mental health and more. Examples of typical classes include personality assessment, social and cultural bases of behavior, ethics and professional standards, crisis intervention, psychopathology, family therapy and cognitive behavior.From indigenous civilizations to modern day empires, Nort… Read more
Pursuing an education in counseling can prepare students for a variety of careers in the fields of academia, mental health and more. Examples of typical classes include personality assessment, social and cultural bases of behavior, ethics and professional standards, crisis intervention, psychopathology, family therapy and cognitive behavior.
From indigenous civilizations to modern day empires, North America has plenty of hands-on educational opportunities to offer scholars. Filled with a range of distinct cultures, students can educate themselves in well-rounded way.
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Renowned in California, Pepperdine prepares students to become licensed professional counselors (LPCs) in 19 states. No GRE is required to apply to the MA in Clinical Psycholo ... +
In addition to preparing you for certification, the MA/MHC helps students foster self-awareness, gain greater insight into the nature of human persons, develop the clinical sk ... +
The Community Mental Health (CMH) Master's of Arts Program trains students to become licensed therapists and leaders in empowering disenfranchised communities. Our graduates a ... +
The Master’s in Counseling Psychology curriculum emphasizes clinical courses as well as core courses that support the student’s evolving relationship to professional practice. ... +
The online Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to resolve organizational conflicts that can have a significant impact o ... +
Make a positive impact on families and their lives. Develop the knowledge and skills needed to help couples and families in need of support and counseling.
The objective of the master’s program is to train specialists to counsel and guide couples or individuals with regard to their values, their spirituality, as well as both thei ... +
The Master program in Clinical Counseling focuses on the use of scientific and applied behavioral science theories, methods, and techniques for the purpose of describing, prev ... +
The new track of the Master of Arts in Clinical Art Therapy and Counseling Program provides education and training in Art Therapy and Professional Counseling. This Master of A ... +
The Master of Art in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree program at Aquinas College has been established to meet the increasing demand for mental health professionals. Ac ... +
The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology provides an intensive 90-unit Master of Arts program for students. Students may opt to include any of our three emphasis areas in C ... +
The master of arts program has two tracks: community counseling school counseling Students are admitted to one track or the other when they are accepted into the program. The ... +
The American Counseling Association defines counseling as "...a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, ... +
Master of Arts in Counseling Areas of Emphasis: Marriage, Family, and Child (CACREP accredited) Clinical Mental Health (CACREP accredited) What is CACREP? In the field of ment ... +
The DMT program presents both nonverbal and verbal approaches, enhanced by training in MFT. Students determine the methods that resonate with their professional identity as da ... +