No. 2 in Counselor Education
“Our award winning faculty provide an engaging learning environment that encompasses research-informed practice and experiential learning that goes beyond the traditional classroom. This includes program activities such as advocating at the state Capitol, and faculty and students engaging in research and presenting together at conferences. In addition, students have the opportunity to take advanced coursework in addictions, family counseling, play therapy, and other specialties. Graduates work in diverse settings including agencies, schools, private practices, and hospitals.
Faculty and students are engaging in cutting edge research to promote the mental health and growth of diverse individuals across the lifespan, families, and communities. In addition, faculty, students, and alumni advocate for promoting mental health education, reducing stigma, and broadening the availability of mental health resources.”
Associate professor of Counselor Education and Counselor Education program coordinator