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The Counseling Program at Seattle University
Founded in the early 1950’s, the Counseling Program strives for excellence and has a successful history of preparing emerging counselors for the field. The Counseling Program confers the master’s degree in both School Counseling and Community Counseling.
The program’s mission of preparing counselors to be leaders for a just and humane world draws high-quality students from across the country. Small class sizes, accessible faculty, and evening courses make for flexible scheduling and ideal learning conditions. Students interact with faculty who are leaders in the field and nationally recognized for their research. The program also has a strong local and national reputation of preparing diverse, ethical, reflective, clinically skilled and multiculturally competent counselors for the profession. The faculty's commitment to excellence is grounded in the program's mission and reflected in its accreditation. The School Counseling and Community Counseling Programs are both fully accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). CACREP is the premiere accrediting body for graduate counseling programs. The program holds the distinction of being one of five CACREP-accredited institutions in Washington State. Additionally, the School Counseling Program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The program’s accreditation reflects the faculty’s commitment to providing students with the highest level of training.
Find out more about our program at an info session, or find out about admission requirements.
Delta Psi Chi, Seattle University's
chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (the international counseling honors society),
inducted the following students in the spring of 2013: Tricia Bealer,
Jensen Bonney, Tammy Burgett, Janet Carter, Wendy Enden, Mai-anh
Epperly, Perry Firth, Alison Gomez, Darcy Hollie, Anne Marie Jones,
Daniel Kelley-Peterson, Vicki Kenney, Katherine Larsen, Katrina Leach,
Alyssa Lout, Kimberley Morgan, Tolani Ogunyoku, Stephanie Robinson,
Jennifer Rounds, Kerri Lynne Schulte, Jennielee Scolomayer, Corbin
Sheffels, Tiffany Smith, Michelle Terry, and Emily Woods. Delta Psi Chi
is the largest chapter of the counseling honor society in the state of
Washington and ranks 42nd among the 269 chapters nationwide. The society
recognizes students who have distinguished themselves in academic and
professional excellence in counseling. Members include faculty, alumni
and current students in either community counseling or school counseling
who have completed a quarter term, while maintaining an overall
scholastic GPA of 3.5 or better. Committees encourage and pursue
membership recruitment and involvement, plan community service and
advocacy, host professional development workshops and social events.
Each quarter the group hosts a professional development activity, a
service or advocacy activity, and a social event. Faculty advisors are
Drs. William O'Connell and Kristi Lee.
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