Counseling Psychology at St. Thomas
Counseling psychology is all about compassion for the common good. If you're interested in becoming a professional counselor, marriage and family therapist or counseling psychologist, University of St. Thomas offers graduate degrees to prepare you for these in-demand careers. Our range of programs ensures that whether you are new to the mental health field or already a seasoned practitioner, your coursework will be real-world applicable. Our 11 full-time faculty teach and practice from a broad range of theoretical perspectives, and our small group of adjunct faculty work in a variety of clinical settings and bring their real-world knowledge and expertise right into the classroom.
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology is excited to announce that we are now offering a Concentration in Co-Occurring Disorders (mental health and substance use). Students enrolled in the MA Program will, by completing the coursework in the MA Program in Counseling Psychology and the Co-Occurring Disorders Concentraiton (CODCO), be able to meet the educational requirements for dual licensure as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Please see this link: https://www.stthomas.edu/counselingpsychology/programs/counseling-psychology-ma-with-codco/
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Online information session for the Department of Special Education programs. Led by Academic Advisor and Instructor Barbara Jo Stahl, Ed.S.
Online/Virtual - you can log in from your computer or tablet to see our visuals and phone in for the audio.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10 a.m.–12 p.m. (M.A. session start time: 10 a.m. Psy.D. session start time: 10:50 a.m.) Those interested in the M.A. with Direct Admission to Psy.D. should attend both sessions.
Learn about the Graduate School of Professional Psychology's M.A. and Psy.D. Counseling Psychology Programs!