Earn a certificate in Counseling Psychology so that you can expand your professional expertise and advance your career.
Lesley University’s 12-credit certificate program in Professional Development in Counseling Psychology offers the opportunity for professional counselors and other post-master's practitioners (i.e. clinical social workers, school psychologists and pastoral counselors) to study the counseling and psychology topics most relevant to specific professional interests. This certificate is also ideal for those who hold a 48-credit Master's degree in counseling or a related field and wish to complete the educational requirements for licensure eligibility as a mental health counselor.
Candidates must have a Master's degree in counseling or a related field to apply to this program.
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