MA - Counseling Psychology

John F. Kennedy University
United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
Duration
2 years
Intakes
August
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
Information not available

Entry Requirements

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

  • 550 and above on the paper-based test, 213 on the computer test, or 79–80 on the Internet-based test (600 paper-based/250 computer-based/100 Internet-based for the Museum Studies program). The TOEFL exam must have been taken within two years prior to submitting an application.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

  • A score of 6 with no band lower than 5.5 (7 with no band lower than 6.5 for the Museum Studies program).

International Test of English Proficiency (iTEP)

  • A score of 3.9 (4.6 for the Museum Studies program) on the iTEP Academic-Plus test.

Curriculum

  • Research Methods, Quantitative and Qualitative 
  • Theory and Practice of Community Mental Health
  • The Family Life Cycle
  • Theories for MFT Practice I 
  • Theories for MFT Practice II 
  • Theories for MFT Practice III 
  • Brief Therapy
  • Clinical Skills Training A: Self as Clinician 
  • Clinical Skills Training B: MFT Techniques I 
  • Clinical Skills Training C: MFT Techniques II 
  • Child Adolescent, and Family Therapy: Assessment and Treatment A
  • Diagnosis and Assessment of Psychopathology A 
  • Ethics and the Law 
  • Child Abuse Assessment, Reporting & Treatment Workshop 
  • Diversity Awareness Workshop
  • Couple Therapy
  • Family Treatment of Addiction
  • Clinical Case Seminar
  • Field Practicum
  • Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapy: Assessment and Treatment B 
  • Seminar in MFT
  • Group Therapy 
  • Diagnosis and Assessment of Psychopathology B 
  • Family Violence 
  • Human Sexuality 
  • Multicultural Competence 
  • Introduction to Community Bases Program
  • Aging & Long Term Care Workshop
  • Issues with HIV and AIDS
  • Specific Theories of Change: Child Therapy
  • Specific Theories of Change: Family Therapy 
  • Specific Theories of Change: Individual Therapy 

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