The MS in Counseling Psychology is a good choice for students preparing to do further doctoral work or looking to enter other counseling specialties, such as community college counseling, professional life coaching, somatic therapies, health sciences, research, managed care, community outreach, career services, learning specialties, and all other vocations where excellent and respectful communication skills are necessary for personal and professional success.
"The most important aspect of my experience at Dominican has been the freedom to follow my own path."
—Joy Gottlieb, Class 2011
Fieldwork provides the opportunity for students to both utilize the skills which they have learned and to build their counseling experience with the supervision provided by an on-site supervisor and consultation provided in their Fieldwork and General Master’s Seminar classes. Counseling Psychology students are known within the community for the depth and breadth of their academic and professional training.
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Students pursuing a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a General Concentration will be required to complete a General Master’s Proficiency Project (GMPP). The purpose of the GMPP is to provide students an opportunity to integrate, apply and demonstrate their knowledge through the development of a Master’s Project pertaining to a special field of interest within Counseling Psychology.