Counselling Psychology (CP)
Counselling Psychology Degree Programs
There are two fields in the Counselling Psychology Program:
Counselling & Psychotherapy (MEd, EdD)
(formerly Community and Educational Settings)
Guidance & Counselling (MEd)
The MEd and EdD programs are designed for students interested in a variety of positions in education and in the community and in professional positions in agencies offering counselling and psychotherapy services. These programs can be pursued on a part-time or full-time basis. However, the EdD program requires one year of full-time study.
The primary purpose of this degree program is to provide individuals with the opportunity to learn and develop counselling skills appropriate for a variety of work settings.
Counsellor training in this degree emphasizes the role of the counsellor in the educational system, the acquisition of effective supervisory and consultative skills and the development and assessment of student counselling services in addition to the advanced study of counselling theory and practice.
The purpose of this degree is to help meet the need for well-prepared practitioners in the field of guidance and counselling in secondary schools.
Click here for minimum eligibility requirements to our graduate degree programs.
A step-by-step guideline to our online application process.