Counseling Psychology, Correctional Counseling, M.S. G
The Correctional Counseling concentration in the M.S. in Counseling Psychology program at Holy Family University offers a variety of employment opportunities for counselors to work with offender and victim advocacy populations.
Students completing the Correctional Counseling concentration will, as a part of their degree program, complete all the educational requirements to sit for the National Counselor Exam (NCE) and will complete the educational requirements to apply for Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). This concentration provides a foundation in counseling theory and skills with additional coursework in criminological theory, victimology, and correctional counseling practice and prepares graduates for success an wide array of settings including federal and state prisons, court clinics, forensic psychiatric units, child advocacy centers, victim services, reintegration programs and other institutional and community-based correctional programs.
- Degree Awarded
- Master of Science
- Program Location
Counseling Psychology, M.S. G
The Master of Science in Counseling Psychology program prepares students to become professional community mental health counselors in a variety of settings including human service agencies, schools, the correctional system and hospitals.
Psychology, B.A. UG
The Psychology major examines the scientific study of the brain and behavior. Students have the opportunity to take coursework in many subfields of psychology including biological, clinical, cognitive, developmental, and social psychology.
Counseling Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.S. G
The Clinical Mental Health concentration in the M.S. in Counseling Psychology program supports the idea that counseling is a way of living that is committed to social justice, empathy, and life-long learning as well as evidenced-based treatment.