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52 Results in Social Work
The program offers a postgraduate training in Social Sciences that deals with strengthening competencies for the design of systemic and social constructionist practices that allow effective intervention in diverse contexts (educational, organizational, community and family), emphasizing the development of relational competences and linguistic
Develop an understanding of the theory and practice of counseling with the Master of Counselling at VU.
The M.S.W. degree is offered by the College of Arts and Humanities to prepare students for clinical practice with vulnerable children, families, and adults throughout the lifespan. Students can take additional courses that will prepare them academically for the state clinical licensure examination for social workers (LCSW).
The purpose of social work, a profession dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities, is to promote and enhance human and community well-being. This involves (1) the quest for social and economic justice, (2) the prevention of conditions that limit human rights, (3) the elimination of poverty, and (4) the enhancement of the quality of life for all persons, locally and globally.
The Master in Social Work (MSW) is a research and policy-oriented graduate program intended for social workers and social development practitioners.
Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, Savannah State University's Master of Social Work (MSW) program is an administrative track that prepares students to become architects for social change.
The MEd in School Counseling is designed to prepare students to function as K–12 Certified Professional School Counselors. This program is approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education and leads to New Hampshire certification in school (guidance) counseling. PSU’s school counseling program is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). It is the only school counseling program in New Hampshire to hold this prestigious accreditation. Students should note that there are significant post-degree requirements to undertake prior to being licensed.
The program will prepare students for advanced social work training/academic leadership in the areas of Forensics, Gerontology, Behavioral and Mental Health. The program is designed to attract highly motivated students who demonstrate a strong commitment to promoting social and economic justice. Students will learn to systematically apply social work knowledge and skills (theory, research methods, and best practices) to assist "at-risk" populations.
This program is aimed at psychologists working towards the Official Master's Degree in General Health Psychology, as well as other psychologists or doctors who wish to obtain a specialization in systemic interventions in their respective fields, those interested in understanding relational problems affecting individuals, couples and families in a social context.
This degree seeks to Prepare students to ethically counsel individuals, couples, and families from a systemic perspective; Equip students with self-awareness, global-awareness, and spiritual-awareness in order to prepare them to become effective clinicians; prepare students to read, interpret, and conduct empirically based research; and provide students with an adequate understanding of various aspects of the mental health field including various levels of care.
USF’s MSW program is designed for working professionals because it offers convenient Friday/Saturday, classes. Full-time students attending classes on Fridays and Saturdays can expect to complete the degree in two years or four semesters. Advance standing students (those with a BSW from an accredited program) should anticipate one academic year for completion. Part-time students are welcome.
This program offers a diverse array of courses intended to prepare the student to function in a variety of mental health agencies. It is not intended for individuals whose career focus is educational counseling in school settings, nor does this program lead to licensure.
The EVMS Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program is a rigorous academic program based in the growth-oriented and reflective classroom, studio, community and clinical experiences.
The School of Education at Laikipia University strives to offer quality teacher education programmes to produce high calibre teachers, trainers and lecturers.
The Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling program is designed to prepare highly-skilled, entry-level therapists with specialized expertise in treating couples and families.