Get the training to counsel people with mental health, addiction, substance abuse, education, career and personal issues in JWU's 4-year Counseling Psychology Bachelor of Science (BS) degree program.
Build a strong psychology and sociology foundation, studying human thoughts, emotions and motivations for certain behaviors.
Then, apply a counseling psychology perspective, using critical thinking and ethical principles to treat clients.
Clinical WorkGraduate with clinical work experience few undergrads have, to immediately enter the counseling field or move on to specific graduate school programs.
You won’t just study theory: Your
internship includes supervised clinical experience, and you’ll shadow a
licensed counseling practitioner. JWU students have interned at:
counseling skills serving children, the elderly, the homeless and other
recipient populations in our integrated community service program.
Addictions, Mental Health & Vocational TracksChoose from 3 tracks:
Growing Career FieldCounseling job opportunities are expected to grow over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Develop skills to work with and counsel patients/clients at:
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