The Professional Counseling Specialization will prepare you to practice professional counseling, apply for licensure as a mental health counselor, and impact the emotional and cognitive well-being of others.
The 60-credit Professional Counseling Specialization is designed for individuals who wish to practice counseling interventions and consultation skills with children and adults.
Whether you intend to work with children, adults, or both, Lesley’s Counseling and Psychology Division partners with a wide range of sites at which students gain necessary field experience. Whether in the Boston area or surrounding satellite locations, you will have the opportunity to work with diverse, multicultural communities while earning hours towards licensure.
Donna San Antonio
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