Are you interested in helping couples and families work through a wide range of relationship issues? Do you wish to gain a better understanding of the socio-historical contexts of counseling, including gender, race/ethnicity, class and sexual orientation? The fast-growing couple and family counseling profession may be a great choice for you. Our program aims to educate competent counselors who value inclusion and prize diversity. We're looking for students who want to embody integrity and culturally-sensitive ethics in the professional practice and who are committed to life-long learning, self-care and professional development.
This CACREP-accredited master's specialization is a rigorous program that includes course work (classroom and online), practicum and internships designed to prepare you for state licensure eligibility. The practicum experience in this program can't be matched by any other counseling program in the state. That's because CU Denver students get real-world counseling experience in our Counseling Center, with live supervision and constant feedback from licensed clinicians.
Outstanding faculty will be dedicated to your academic and professional growth.
For additional information, please contact student advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-315-6300.