School of Psychology & Counseling

Employment Opportunities - Community Counseling

This program provides the academic and applied training necessary for someone seeking employment as a counselor in a private practice, community agency or church counseling center. For qualified students, it can be structured for pre-doctoral studies. Students may tailor the elective credit hours within their degree to meet the Virginia Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Substance Abuse Treatment Providers academic requirement for licensure of 60 credit-hours. With the people and critical-thinking skills obtained throughout the program, employment opportunities may extend beyond contemporary counseling settings. For information regarding employment opportunities of which the school is aware, visit the Career Services area of the website.

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