of Philosophy in Clinical Counseling program prepares students to clinically
evaluate and assist patients by providing psychological and behavioral care as
well as building treatment plans for different clinical problems according to
the patients’ needs. Our students are taught to use strategies of prevention,
intervention, and remediation to assist others in developing effective coping
skills and responses to their environments.
THIS PROGRAM IS OFFERED IN:
The student completing the Doctor degree in Clinical Counseling will be able to:
- Identify how external factors such as trauma,
addiction, and delays in development affect the patient and its personal
Develop interviewing skills to assist
patients in understanding their problems, including problems at home, workplace
- Apply psychological and behavioral care to
patients of different ages, developmental stages, cultures, and backgrounds;
Perform advanced research in the area of counseling and understand how to
apply it during sessions.
- Enrollment Agreement filled and signed.
- Diplomas of previous studies.
- Official Transcripts of previous studies.
- Copy of official identification.
- Debit Authorization (if desired).
- A passport type photo.
- Pastoral Ordination if it were the case.
- Master degree in Clinical Counseling or in a related area of study.
Total Credits: 90 (1350 hours)
Total credits: 90