Master of Science in Counseling Psychology: Child and Adolescents
Support the Mental Health of Children and Adolescents with the Master’s in Counseling Psychology Degree
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 American children ages 3 to 17—about 15 million—have a diagnosable mental, emotional, or behavioral disorder in a given year. Only 20 percent of these children are ever diagnosed and receive treatment. Now more than ever, these children and adolescents need qualified, compassionate professionals who are equipped with the skills to support them. If you desire to make a difference in the mental health of young people, Azusa Pacific’s Master of Science in Counseling Psychology with Specialization in Children and Adolescents may be for you.
While many psychology-related programs focus on preparing clinicians to primarily serve a variety of adult populations, the master’s in counseling psychology degree prepares clinicians who specialize in the needs of children and youth. You will graduate ready to pursue LPCC licensure in California and help meet the high demand for specialists in this field.
This degree is designed to equip professionals of the highest standards while providing flexibility so you can reach your education and career goals while balancing life and work. Benefits of the program include:
- Full-time and part-time options available, allowing you to set your own pace for completing the program.
- Courses offered in the evening to fit your schedule.
- Fieldwork opportunities where you will gain firsthand experience while meeting the 280 practicum hours required by the Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Upcoming M.S. in Counseling Psychology Informational Meetings:
Join us for an information meeting to learn more about APU’s Master of Science in Child Life program, and continue your education journey with Azusa Pacific. Meet faculty, admissions representatives, and financial aid counselors who can guide you through the application process and all that APU has to offer. RSVP here.
Tuesday, July 7th
For more information, contact:
M.S. Program Coordinator