Master of Education in Counseling and Development

Mission Statement

The mission of the Counseling and Development Program is to provide a rigorous, engaging, and transformational experience for skilled and adept counselors-in-training. Faculty work tenaciously to build culturally sensitive, strong, and supportive relationships with students in order to facilitate and a developmental, integrative, experiential and strengths-based curriculum. The program strives to develop and foster ethical, culturally responsive, and professional counselors who are leaders, consultants, advocates, collaborators, and change agents in their respective settings.

 

Program Objectives

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Program Objective 2:

    CSDV 601 Counseling Theories

    CSDV 623 Advanced Counseling Interventions

    CSDV 606 Group Counseling

    CSDV 617 Family Counseling

    CSDV 622 Child and Adolescent Counseling

    CSDV 618 Addictions Counseling

    CSDV 603 CAreer & Lifestyle Development

    CSDV 610A Practicum I

    CSDV 610B Practicum II

    CSDV 611 Internship I

    CSDV 612 Internship II

Program Objective 3:

    CSDV 604 Foundations & Ethical Issues in CMH Counseling

    CSDV 613 Foundations & Ethical Issues in School Counseling

    CSDV 610 A Practicum I

    CSDV 610 B Practicum II

    CSDV 611 Internship I

    CSDV 612 Internship II

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Program Objective 5:

    CSDV 602 Counseling Skills

    CSDV 623 Advanced Counseling Interventions

    CSDV 606 Group Counseling

    CSDV 608 Loss, Grief & Crisis Counseling

    CSDV 605 Diversity Issues in Counseling

    CSDV 621 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling

    CSDV 610 A Practicum I

    CSDV 610 B Practicum II

    CSDV 611 Internship I

    CSDV 612 Internship II

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Diversity Recruitment Policy Statement

In keeping with the mission of the Counseling and Development Program, the counseling faculty believe that all students who are recruited and/or apply for admission to the Counseling and Development Program should have access to modes of instruction that are compatible with their learning styles, life experiences, and employment commitments.

The counseling faculty is obligated to make special efforts to include a diverse group of learners who desire to become professional counselors. The faculty believe that the diversity of faculty, staff, and students enrich the profession and the learning process for all students.

The counseling faculty believe that the counseling program must prepare its graduates with the competencies needed to effectively support the diverse needs of the clients they will serve.