Program Offered: Residential
Total Credits: 50
The Adler Graduate School offers a Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy with an emphasis in School Counseling. The School Counseling emphasis does include an internship component, and does prepare students for licensure in any state. This 50-credit degree requires successful completion of a combination of required and elective courses and completion of a Master’s Project and an electronic portfolio that reflects and showcases students competencies acquired throughout the program.
The School Counseling Program at Adler Graduate School guides its graduates toward acquisition of the knowledge and skills needed to provide competent counseling in K-12 school settings. Students are immersed in the ASCA National Model throughout their entire educational program.
The Adler Graduate School’s school counseling program is fully approved by the Minnesota Board of Teaching to prepare graduates for school counselor licensure.
Principles of Research
Introduction to Adlerian Psychology and Child Guidance
Comparative Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy
Values, Ethics and Legalities
Values, Ethics and Legalities in School Counseling
Essential Interviewing Skills
Counseling Children and Adolescents
Foundations of 21st Century School Counseling
Group Counseling in Schools
Counseling Exceptional Children
Advanced School Counseling Skills
Career Development in Schools
Recommended prior to 573
Clinical Issues in School Counseling
Introduction to Graduate Writing & the Master's Proposal
Developing the Master's Proposal
Field Experience Requirement
School Counseling Practicum(100 hours= HS)
511, 513, 525, 570
School Counseling Internship(700 hours= 200 HS, 200 MS, 200 Elem, 100 Alt)
School Counseling Practicum
School Counseling Internship
Katie DornField Experience Coordinatorkatie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Within the Adler Graduate School’s mission of “Social Interest in Action,” a vision was born and developed into the Adler School Counseling Service Center (SCSC). The goal of the SCSC is, "to collaborate with schools to create comprehensive school counseling programs, impact systems, and address the needs of school counselors and underserved school communities by providing education and consultation to increase the quality and access of SC services. Our ultimate goal is to work with schools and school counselors who aim to increase the quality and access to school counseling services."
The Center began its activities as a result of a generous grant from the Traveler’s Foundation. These activities focused on St. Paul Public School children during the 2010-2011 school year and served to help them achieve greater academic success. During the 2011-2012 school year, SCSC counselors will work with students in Intermediate District 287 to support academic and personal/social needs.
Our objective, simply put, is to make available to all schools student support services provided by licensed school counselors. Specifically, we are most concerned about those schools with little or no current services, including but not limited to, elementary schools, alternative schools, charter schools and small private schools.
While our ultimate goal is to have the appropriate counselor-to-student ratio in every school in Minnesota, our current aim is to simply get as much quality school counseling to as many students as possible. The SCSC is available to contract with schools for part-time licensed school counselor services based on the school’s need or budget.
School Counseling Service Center Services
Resources for School Counselors
Training for School Counselors
School Counseling Research
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