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Certificate in Community Counseling

 

The Graduate Certificate in Community Counseling is designed for individuals who have a Master’s degree in counseling from a CACREP (Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) accredited institution (or equivalent) in an emphasis other than community counseling. If this requirement has not been met, additional course work, or the MS Counseling program, may be required.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Tammy Albrecht
Winther 5056
Phone: (262) 472-5401
Email: albrecht@uww.edu

 

Department Secretary:

Winther 6035
Phone: (262) 472-5426
Email: counslred@uww.edu


Program Application for Certificate


CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY COUNSELING:

Courses would be taken sequentially to address the development of counseling services relative to a community setting. The internship will be one or two semesters depending on the needs of the student, as determined by Counselor Education faculty. Students having had a year-long internship in their masters program and having had sufficient counseling experience with mental health populations will only be required to participate in a one semester Internship.

 

The Certificate Program requires completion of the following courses in sequence:

 

COUNSED 728 CLINICAL STUDIES IN COUNSELING
COUNSED 731 INTRODUCATION TO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING
COUNSED 734 FAMILIES: ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF ABUSIVE BEHAVIORS
COUNSED 746 COUNSELING AND THE CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROCESS
COUNSED 795 INTERNSHIP