M.S.Ed in Learning and Developmental Sciences – Counseling Psychology Track

Counseling

M.S.Ed in Learning and Developmental Sciences

Counseling Psychology Track

Students in this program examine the counseling field through courses focusing on counseling theories, multiculturalism, counseling resources, and prevention. 

This 36-credit hour program connects you with nationally known researchers exploring the counseling profession to provide the following:

  1. preliminary training for students who are interested in pursuing doctoral studies in professional psychology (e.g., counseling psychology, school psychology, clinical psychology) and doctoral programs in counselor education and supervision.
  2. training in basic helping and interpersonal skills that are essential for success in a variety of careers related to human services.

Note that the Counseling Psychology track does not lead to licensure eligibility or certification within the counseling field, nor does it prepare any individual to engage in practice as a professional counselor.

Our Faculty

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Clinical Associate Professor; Director, Center for Human Growth

Email:
lygilman@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8348
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Clinical Assistant Professor

Email:
anghorn@indiana.edu
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Associate Professor

Research Areas:
Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders, Latinx Mental Health
Email:
elvaugha@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8243
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Associate Professor

Email:
mwaldron@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8334
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Professor, Counseling and Educational Psychology Department Chair

Email:
joelwong@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8293

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