We're Equipping Skilled Helpers for a Hurting World
Students come to Eastern University's Graduate Counseling Psychology Programs to sharpen their minds and develop their faith through sound psychological training from a decidedly Christian perspective. Our strong clinical emphasis crosses all programs, so students receive practical instruction rooted in established research and theory. In carefully sequenced training experiences that promote both personal and professional growth, our students prepare to take their places in the expanding world of mental health care.
Eastern's Graduate Counseling Psychology Department will help prepare you to make a real difference. We offer Masters Degrees in:
- MA in Counseling
- MA in Counseling with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis
- MA in School Counseling
- MA in School Psychology
If you already hold a Master's Degree in a related field, you can also complete the courses required to qualify for:
Do you need to complete course work for licensure?
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Do you need to complete course work for Applied Behavior Analysis credentialing?
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Counseling Psychology at Eastern University offers three graduate degrees that give you the qualifications you need to thrive in various settings of the helping professions. From school offices and clinical agencies, to pastors' studies, our graduates are offering real help to hurting people. While each of our programs has a different emphasis, all of our programs integrate Eastern's commitment to faith, reason and justice.
We are a GSA-NCC participating School: The Graduate Student Applications program for the National Certified Counselor (GSA-NCC) credential provides an avenue for currently enrolled students who are advanced in their studies and very recent graduates to begin the application process for national certification. Students from participating schools may apply through the Campus Coordinators at their schools.
The mission of the Counseling Psychology Department at Eastern University is to train a diverse body of students to be competent and ethical practitioners who apply knowledge and skills gained from the thoughtful integration of the Christian Faith and their respective disciplines in varied clinical and school settings.
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