Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)/Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
Licensees (LPC or LPCC) needing to complete graduate-level coursework (up to 12 credits) for the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) can meet this requirement by enrolling in a wide array of courses* from the list below or our Spring 2017 CLiP course offerings. Advantages for a licensee taking one or more of these courses from the University of St. Thomas include:
- Waived application fee (use code: Clip)
- Convenient and flexible schedule with evening and weekend classes
- Instruction by core and adjunct faculty who practice in the field of mental health
- Connected to a strong network of diverse students, faculty, and alumni
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Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
For the LPC/LPCC:
CPSY 605 Theories of Career Development
1 | Meet the basic requirements:
- Prospective students must have completed a M.A. in Counseling Psychology or related field from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting agency.
2 | Meet the supplementary requirements:
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) required for any candidate whose primary language is not English.
3 | Submit the following application materials:
- Completed application form
- Official degree awarded undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unless degrees were issued by the University of St. Thomas)
The Interprofessional Center offers psychological services to a diverse population of clients with mental health issues, while providing both practicum experiences and a pre-doctoral internship for graduate professional psychology students. At the IPC, students strive to meet the needs of underserved people while gaining valuable real-world experience. Our clients are low-income, uninsured or underinsured, individuals who often are unable to obtain psychological services if it were not for clinics like the IPC. Services provided to clients (all free of charge) can include: individual counseling, group counseling, couples/family counseling, DBT (both skills group and therapy), psychological testing and/or psycho-education. In addition, students may have the opportunity to periodically work on cases which are shared between Psychological Services and Social Work, Psychological Services and Law, or among all three of the disciplines at the IPC.
Graduate Student Organization
The University of St. Thomas, Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) Graduate Student Organization (GSO) is student-led organization founded with the purpose of enhancing the experiences and development of graduate psychology students within the University of St. Thomas. The GSPP GSO unites Masters and Doctoral-level graduate psychology students in the University of St. Thomas GSPP, for the purpose of professional and personal student development, the betterment of the department, and in their contributions to the field and community. The GSO strives to enhance the experiences and development of graduate psychology students within the University of St. Thomas through: representing and unifying GSPP graduate students at all levels, advancing their professional and personal interests, providing a forum for student discussion of psychology-relevant topics, and promoting graduate student participation in university and community affairs.