Michigan Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Michigan Graduate Counseling Programs
Western Michigan University College of Education and Human Development
The College of Education and Human Development focuses on helping the thousands of students that pass through their doors to develop into competent, ethical, and culturally sensitive professionals who are able to meet the mental health and educational needs of society at large.
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
For students pursuing a limited psychologist license in Michigan, the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program gives students all the education requirements needed to become eligible for licensure. The foundation of the degree focuses on psychopathology, psychological assessment, counseling, and psychotherapy theories and practical experience.
Doctoral in Counseling Psychology
Founded in 1978, the Doctoral in Counseling Psychology degree takes a scientist-practitioner approach to the study of this field. Curriculum paired with hands on experience are designed to ensure students graduate competent in theory, research, and practice of psychology so they are able to be effective in their positions with community mental health agencies, university counseling centers, and academic departments.
Address: Western Michigan University, College of Education and Human Development, 2306 Sangren Hall, Kalamazoo MI 5229 USA
Michigan State University College of Education
The College of Education at Michigan State University aims to prepare students to be leaders in education. Through a combination of scholarship and practical application, students are prepared to meet the challenges of all facets of their chosen career in the field of education or psychology.
Masters of Counseling
This CACREP accredited program is designed to prepare students to counsel people through a variety of life impacting situations such as substance abuse, career changes and advancement, loss of loved once, and more. Students can specialize in School Counseling or Community Counseling. Upon graduation, students will be eligible to become licensed practitioners in the state of Michigan.
Address: College of Education, Michigan State University, 447 Erickson Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824