Learn more about earning your master’s in counseling at WMU-Traverse City. Dr. Jerry McLaughlin, Faculty Specialist from our Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology (CECP), and Kim Stevens, Assistant Director of WMU-Traverse City, will share details about the program. Their presentation will be followed by time for Q&A.
You will find out how a graduate degree in counseling can lead to licensure and how you can begin your career as a counseling professional.
A master’s degree in counseling from Western Michigan University offers national (CACREP) accreditation, evening and weekend course formats and licensure attainment for program graduates.
Counselor Education program options in Traverse City include:
The school counseling program is CACREP accredited and is designed to prepare individuals to function as school counselors at one of three levels (grades K-8, 6-12 or K-12) in public and private schools in accordance with the Endorsement Rules and Teacher Certification Code of the State of Michigan and Public Act 288 r.e. School Counselors.
The clinical mental health counseling program is designed to prepare individuals to function as clinical mental health counselors in a variety of professional counseling settings. The program meets the educational requirements for the licensed professional counselor credential in Michigan.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
5:30 to 7 p.m.
NMC University Center
2200 Dendrinos Drive
Traverse City, MI, 49684