The Master of Science programs in Professional Counseling, School Counseling, and Marriage and Family Counseling at Southeastern University strive to:
- Educate and train students from a Christian worldview that is grounded in, informed by, and shaped by the beliefs and practices of the Christian faith.
- Prepare and train competent mental health counselors, school counselors, and marriage and family therapists to work with individuals, couples, families, groups, agencies and organizations from an appropriately diverse clinical perspective.
- Intentionally integrate theology and counseling in the process of education and training, emphasizing a balanced approach to emotional, social, spiritual, personal, and professional growth and development.
Foundations of Counseling
Counseling Theories and Practice
Group Theory and Counseling
Human Growth and Development
Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment
Individual Evaluation and Assessment
Counseling Special Populations and Groups
Career and Lifestyle Development
Substance Abuse Counseling
Integration of Psychology and Theology
Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems
Family Therapy Theories and Techniques
Marriage Counseling Theories and Techniques
Counseling Practicum I and II
Internship I and II
For a complete report of the assessment results within the Department of Counseling Education, click here.
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