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Gallaudet’s Counseling program prepares students to become highly qualified counselors eligible for licensure as professional counselors. We offer accredited graduate counselor training programs with specializations in working with deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
Graduates from the program work in diverse environments, including schools, community mental health agencies, residential treatment facilities, hospitals, private practice, and federal, state, and local government agencies. Specialty areas include play therapy, addictions counseling, vocational rehabilitation, and functional behavioral assessment, as well as individual, family, couples, and group counseling.
The former CACREP-accredited counseling programs suspended admissions in 2019. We are now reopened as a low residency program and we plan to stay aligned with CACREP standards until we are able to reapply for CACREP accreditation in the fall of 2024.
Web: Department of Counseling Dr. Gabriel Lomas, Program Director The M.A. in Counseling program prepares graduates to be multiculturally competent professional counselors, able to work skillfully with deaf, hard...
The Community Counseling Lab provides graduate students the opportunity to develop their skills to become clinical mental health or school counselors. Under faculty supervision, these graduate students are able to address the concerns of their peers such as life transitions, adjusting to college culture, stress management, grief issues, and relationship concerns.
Counseling students who take part in practicum and or internships can do so at state, local, and federal mental health agencies, addiction programs, psychiatric hospitals, and educational programs serving the mental health needs of deaf children, adolescents, and adults, and their hearing family members.
Students have a variety of internship opportunities available to them, view the Mental Health Counseling Practicum and Internship Manual for more information.
This handbook is provided to students and applicants for their general information and guidance only. It does not constitute a contract; either expressed or implied, and is subject to revision at the University’s discretion. This handbook is designed to provide information regarding the Counseling Program...
Since 1971, Counseling Programs have graduated and placed more than 750 outstanding counselors in a wide range of settings throughout the world. Graduates from the programs work in schools, community mental health agencies, residential treatment facilities, hospitals, private practice, and federal, state, and local government...
American Counseling Association (ACA): http://www.counseling.org/ American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association (ADARA): http://www.adara.org/ American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA): http://www.amhca.org/ American School Counselor Association (ASCA): http://www.schoolcounselor.org/ Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP): http://www.cacrep.org/ National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC): http://www.nbcc.org/
The Gallaudet Counseling Program prepares graduates to be multiculturally competent professional counselors, able to work skillfully with deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, and hearing clients of diverse backgrounds in a variety of mental health and rehabilitation settings, and schools. Students in Gallaudet's Counseling Program will...
"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." —J. Cotton Dana Welcome to the Supervisor's Salon. At first glance, "salon" may bring to mind fashion, hair, or nails, but in 19th century Paris, "salon" meant the gathering of notable people in the house of...
The program is a three-year, low residency program that starts strictly in the summer. Students are in residency for two weeks in the summer of their first and second years. All other coursework is done online. The final year of study includes coursework and fieldwork...
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