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Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
|Tuition||Credits for graduation||Time to Complete|
|$780/credit||60 credit hours/Licensure Track; 48 credits/Academic Track||2-3 years|
Counseling Psychologists are highly trained healthcare professionals who focus on treating individuals with a variety of emotional, social and behavioral issues. As a student of this program you will gain the skills needed to become an effective practitioner, prepared to meet the increasing demand for qualified counseling psychologists to serve in hospitals, social service agencies, mental health centers, and private companies.
The Regis MA in Counseling Psychology Program adheres to the scientist-practitioner-advocate training model (Fassinger & O’Brien, 2000) in preparing you for employment in academic, research, and/or service delivery settings.
The Board of Registration of Allied Mental Health and Human Services Professionals has established the minimum requirements for coursework and fieldwork needed for a student to earn a graduate degree and be eligible for licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
- Provides 60 credit hours of graduate level instruction, 18 hours of elective course work and 42 hours in the following content areas (per 262 C.M.R. 2.05(2)(d) specified here.
- Prepare to sit for the exam for licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
For those who do not plan to pursue licensure or plan to enter doctoral study after completing the Master's degree.
- Learn to access, critically evaluate, and utilize available research and theory to inform your own research as you pursue doctoral level education.
- Prepare for employment in academic, research, and/or service delivery settings
The curriculum provides rigorous scholarship both inside the classroom and in practicum settings, focused on critical theories, research and applications of psychology with an emphasis on the social, political, economic, and cultural contexts of practice
- Counseling Techniques, Treatment and Modalities
- Lifespan Development
- Appraisal/Assessment/Crisis Intervention
A required Field Experience enables you to develop your skills, learn from professionals already working in the field and build your professional network.
The MA in Counseling Psychology is designed for those who hold a bachelor’s degree in a related study (psychology, sociology, social work).
- A grade of B- or better in all prerequisites
- Completed application form and transcripts
- Personal statement; Resume; Two letters of Recommendation
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher
- GRE score (may be waived by earning a grade of “B” or higher in two program courses as a non-matriculated student at Regis)
- Interview with the Program Director