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Students may be eligible to complete the requirements for school counseling licensure if they possess a previous earned Master's degree in counseling or a related field.
Individual plans will be developed based on previous masters level courses taken and other competencies that can be demonstrated.
Please contact Amy Foell (email@example.com) for further information or a transcript review.
These courses must be completed at Adler Graduate School
Introduction to Adlerian Psychology and Child Guidance
Foundations of 21st Century School Counseling
Advanced School Counseling Skills
School Counseling Practicum[100 hours= HS]
511, 513, 525, 570, 599A(571-if possible)
School Counseling Internship[700 hours= 200 HS, 200 MS, 200 Elem, 100 Alt]
577(574- if possible)
Equivalency for these courses may be demonstrated either through previous coursework,professional experience, or courses at Adler.
Comparative Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy
Principles of Research
Values, Ethics and Legalities
* A general ethics course must be supplemented by a one credit school counseling ethics course.
Essential Interviewing Skills
Counseling Children and Adolescents
Group Counseling in Schools
Counseling Exceptional Children
Career Development in Schools
Recommended prior to 578
* A general career counseling course must be supplemented by a one credit school counseling career development course.
Clinical Issues in School Counseling
Master’s Project in School Counseling
School Counseling Practicum
School Counseling Internship
Katie DornField Experience Coordinatorkatie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must hold an earned Masters degree in counseling or closely related field.
Ev Haas, MADirector of Admissions612email@example.com
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