The M.A. in Counseling Psychology is ideal for those who wish to gain the graduate-level knowledge and skills needed to continue on to licensure eligibility or doctoral studies.
The 48-credit Counseling Psychology Program is designed for individuals who wish to practice counseling interventions and consultation skills with children and adults. The program curriculum provides strong foundational skills and understandings in counseling and psychology, enabling students to become generalists in the field.
At Lesley University, students in the Counseling Psychology programs develop practical skills through self-reflection, collaboration with expert faculty and peers, and field experience. Direct, supervised contact with clients from a range of populations is required.
Sidney Trantham, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology
Donna San Antonio
Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology
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