Counseling Psychology Program
NOTE: This program has requested “Accredited, Inactive” status from the American Psychological Association Commission on Accreditation and does not intend to accept applications for admission. For questions about the program status or admissions to the program, contact. The Graduate Support Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Counseling Psychology program offers a Ph.D. and has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1988. Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
750 1st Street, NE
Washington D.C. 20002-4242
The program is housed in the Department of Educational Psychology and the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education. Our program has traditionally followed a scientist-practitioner training model, and we remain committed to this integration of science and practice. However, in view of our further commitment to train students to offer culturally responsive services, especially to traditionally marginalized populations, and to reflect our belief that all professional roles, including practitioner, researcher, teacher, consultant, and supervisor, involve social consequences and social responsibilities, we are moving toward the development and implementation of a scientist-practitioner-advocate training model (Fassinger & O’Brien, 2000). Training will continue to include the provision of counseling services in our on-site, community-based clinic, as well as collaborative service learning experiences with community organizations and agencies.
The Counseling Psychology Program is designed to meet the criteria set forth by the American Psychological Association Commission on Accreditation. The sequencing of courses in the program has been organized to encourage and support the professional and scientific development of the student. The faculty believes that it is important for counseling psychology students to not only be good consumers of research, but also to become familiar and proficient with research processes. Students begin their involvement in the research process upon entry into the program and continue until completion of the dissertation. Furthermore, students are encouraged to present their research at professional conferences and to submit their research for possible publication.
Please note that as a supplement to the annual offering of the programs’ courses using a traditional teaching method, additional sections may be available using an electronically mediated teaching method. This course options will be made for a very limited number of courses. At present, only the following courses employ this option:
EIPT 5023: Analysis of Quantitative Data I
EIPT 6023 Analysis of Quantitative Data II
EIPT 5183: Motivation and Learning in the Classroom
EDPC 5113: Human Development