College of Professional and Continuing Studies
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
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La Salle University offers a Master's degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology in Montgomery County. The campus is located at the Metroplex Corporate Center in Plymouth Meeting. The Clinical-Counseling Psychology program at La Salle University provides a foundation for students in psychological theory as well as exceptional training in professional counseling, assessment and treatment.

The purpose of the program is to instruct students about the complexity of human experience and how to assess, understand, and treat human problems in the context of a therapeutic setting.

The program emphasizes sound clinical training based on well-established professional standards and informed by the unique perspective of a faculty well grounded in a value-based paradigm.

The La Salle Clinical Counseling Psychology Program is offered during the evening to accommodate adult learners and working professionals. Presently, students can complete their Master's degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Counseling entirely at this site. Students following the Addictions and Industrial Organization Concentrations will need to take some courses on La Salle University's Main Campus (Philadelphia) or the Bucks County Campus (Newtown). At each of our sites, in the Fall and Spring terms, courses are typically offered during two class periods: 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. Summer courses are also offered during convenient evening hours.

The La Salle Clinical Counseling Psychology Program in Montgomery County has been crafted to provide a sequential experience for each student. The progression in each instance is from knowledge base, to skill development, to application. Students taking three courses a semester (9 credit hours per term) are considered full time and students taking two courses (6 credit hours per term) are considered part time. This 48-credit program can be completed in two-three years depending on hours per term. For students who have completed the master's degree, certificate programs are available to enable them to meet the 60 credit hour educational requirements for Licensed Professional Counselors or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and most other states.

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