New program is consistent with university’s philosophical orientation toward pragmatic, reflective practice.
Thursday, December 08, 2016
The new program is consistent with Lesley’s philosophical orientation toward pragmatic, reflective practice, and is enrolling its first students for fall 2017, with an application deadline of February.
“Mental health counselors, school counselors and LICSWs are the foundation of the new world of community and school-based mental health treatment and consultation,” says Professor Susan Gere, division director of Counseling and Psychology at Lesley’s Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences. “This doctoral program is designed to draw upon the education and clinical strengths of professionals who want to apply their knowledge and experience to trauma-informed and social-justice-oriented leadership.”
Lesley University’s new Ph.D. in counseling and psychology:
This 48-credit program is designed for two years of coursework, as well as a third year of applied research and dissertation work. For more information, see http://www.lesley.edu/phd/counseling-and-psychology/.
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