Villanova University

Students are prepared for the clinical mental health counseling profession through training in core courses such as counseling theory, group dynamics, counseling skills, multi-cultural counseling, consultative services and clinical counseling orientation. They also select elective courses focusing on an area of specialization, such as marriage and family counseling or drug and alcohol counseling. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop their counseling skills within the community setting through the practicum and internship experiences.

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Contact Information

Fr. Robert Murray, O.S.A,, Program Director
Graduate Programs in Education & Counseling
302 St. Augustine Center
Villanova University
800 Lancaster Ave.
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085-1696
(610) 519-6991

Last Updated: 08/01/2016