MA in Clinical Counseling (Concentration in Trauma Studies)
Distinctives of the MA in Clinical Counseling degree w/ Trauma Studies concentration at Eastern University
- Meets the educational requirements for LPC
- Provides training that can be applied in a variety of clinical settings
- Unique integration of Christianity and Traumatology
- Faculty have specialized trauma training and experience within the field
The mission of the Trauma Studies Concentration is to train masters level graduates who 1) understand the physiological, psychological, spiritual, and interpersonal impact of traumatic events on individuals, families, and communities, 2) know a range of evidence-based interventions for preventing and treating traumatic stress, and 3) can competently and ethically apply trauma-informed counseling skills to diverse traumatized populations in professional counseling and volunteer contexts.
The MA in Clinical Counseling w/ Trauma Studies concentration is accredited by the Master’s in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) for the period of August 2014 through August 2024.
Next Class Start Date
Now accepting applications for an August 2017 class start in St. Davids, PA.
Apply by the Early Application Deadline (January 16, 2017) to be given priority consideration for our scholarships!