The American Counseling Association defines counseling as "...a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education and career goals." Counselors can make a difference in the lives of others by improving mental health, careers and enhancing relationships.
At Kean, our student-centered master's degree program in counseling provides several options to pursue your career interests in a humanistic, multicultural program. Core content provides preparation through theory skill development and practical application in coursework and supervised practicum and internships.
After working with nationally-recognized, highly skilled faculty members in a vibrant, diverse community, graduates excel as counselors who make a positive contribution to society.
A new Ph.D. in Counseling and Supervision welcomed its first cohort in Fall 2018.
At Kean, we believe learning and professional growth extend far beyond the walls of our classrooms. That's why we encourage you to take advantage of a variety of research opportunities, internships and more that we offer to advance your career and set the stage for continued success.
New book stresses the importance of compassion
J. Barry Mascari, Ed.D., LPC, LCADC, and Jane Webber, Ph.D., LPC, were featured in Counseling Today magazine for their latest book, Disaster Mental Health Counseling: A Guide to Preparing and Responding.
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