The division of Psychology & Human Services offers graduate programs in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Community Counseling, and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling.

School Counseling Program

The School Counseling Program develops holistic school counselors through an emphasis on self-awareness, ethical and moral behavior, a developmental approach to the acquisition of a solid theoretical and scientific knowledge base, professional competencies, and a commitment to the community, service to others and issues of social justice.

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Certificate Program in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services

This fifth-year certificate program offers additional training and field work experiences that meet the educational training requirements for being a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor or Student Assistance Professional.

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Clinical Psychology Program

The Clinical Psychology Program trains master’s degree level professional psychologists who can assist clients in the enhancement of their psychological well-being.

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Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program

The Clinical Mental Health Program trains professional counselors who can help others to understand personal and interpersonal difficulties and develop effective decision-making strategies.

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Community Counseling Program

The Community Counseling Program trains master’s level professional counselors to develop effective decision-making strategies, utilize appropriate resources and implement appropriate courses of action to enhance their level of personal functioning and psychological adjustment.

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Community Counseling: Alcohol and Substance Abuse

The Community Counseling Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services Program trains master’s level professional alcohol and substance abuse counselors based on the premise that self-awareness, commitment to continuous personal and professional growth, and ethical decision making are necessary to function as an effective counseling professional.

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