Clinical and Counseling Science

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Program Highlights

Designed for both majors and non-majors, the Clinical and Counseling Science minor provides students with focused coursework that supports their interest in this particular area of psychology. 

To meet the minor requirement, students take courses such as:

  • Counseling and Communication
  • Mediation and Negotiation
  • Psychology of Dreams
  • Healing Relationships
  • Stress Management
  • Addiction: Recovery issues
  • Foundations of Social Work

Career Paths

Career paths include research, education, training and health sectors, with a focus on mental and emotional health, mental disorders and prevention and could include a career working in hospitals, schools, counseling centers, group or private health care practices. 

Degrees Offered


Course Catalog

Minor Requirements

Office Hours

Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Admissions and Aid

A degree from a top-ranked, private University like Dominican is deliberately affordable and accessible! More than 99 percent of our first-year incoming students receive significant financial aid through merit- and need-based scholarships as well as state and federal aid. Additionally, for most students, there is no application fee, and we don't ask for test scores. Get in touch with a counselor to learn more about your path to an exceptional college experience at Dominican!

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Faculty and Staff

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Matthew S. Davis

Adjunct Professor
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Veronica Fruiht, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology
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William L. Phillips, PhD

Professor of Psychology
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Benjamin D. Rosenberg, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology
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Ari Adduci

Administrative Coordinator