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The M.S. in Clinical and Counseling Psychology programs are designed to expose students to the theory and science of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, provide training in the skills needed for professional practice, encourage appreciation of diversity and social justice and prepare students for ongoing graduate study.
The renowned curriculum, which is taught by experienced and caring faculty, introduces students to a variety of theories, with an emphasis on family systems and contemporary psychodynamic theories.
The Master’s programs are designed to meet degree requirements for students seeking licensure in PA as Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT). A student can choose to earn a M.S. in Clinical and Counseling Psychology with a generalist curriculum track or concentrate in Couple and Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Therapy, Co-Occurring Disorders, or Trauma Studies. Post-Graduate LPC and LMFT preparation courses are also available
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