MA in Counselling and Clinical Psychology

Clinical and Counselling Psychology

This program prepares you for a career as a practitioner or researcher in a variety of clinical and counselling environments. Upon completion, you can apply to become a registered Psychological Associate with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.

Study options
Full-time
Part-time
Program length
6 sessions full-time, 10 sessions part-time
Example career pathways
Counsellor, psychological associate, psychotherapist
Funding details

Full-time students receive a OISE Graduate Funding Package for their first year of study. Part-time students are self-funded.

OISE's Graduate Funding Package covers the cost of tuition, and helps offset other living expenses. Last year, awards averaged around $25,000 per eligible student.

Basic program requirements
9 half courses
Practicum
Thesis
Example courses
Interventions in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy (APD1203Y)
Cognitive and Personality Theory and Assessment (APD1208Y)
Individual and Group Psychotherapy: Families and Couples Counselling (APD1228H)