You feel called to help others.
People often ask what makes DelVal such a special place to learn. Here are just a few unique features of our M.A. in counseling psychology program. The program is small and personal, and our students are diverse, compassionate, and dedicated. The cohort structure ensures small classes, personal attention and feedback, ethical development, and individualized clinical placements.
Program tracks include social justice community counseling or child and adolescent counseling.
Our full-time and adjunct faculty are practicing clinicians with the highest level of education in their field. They bring both research and real-world experiences to the classroom. Their dedication to our students is unlike anything you will see elsewhere.
Our supportive and collaborative learning community fosters growth and development on many levels. Faculty collaborate with students to conduct research and to present together at conferences and professional associations.
Our full-time clinical coordinator works individually with each student, beginning in the first semester, to define and craft practicum and internship experiences. These placements help to develop your professional path and often lead to employment opportunities during and after your time in the program.
Our students practice and refine their skills in our state-of-the-art counseling lab. It’s a great space to learn by doing and to develop confidence and clinical skill.
Want to learn more? Explore our website or reach out to request more information or an appointment.
Your time is now at DelVal.
Julia Colvin, Administrative Director
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