About Counseling and School Psychology
The mission of the Counseling and School Psychology Department is to prepare Clinical Mental Health Counselors, School Counselors, and School Psychologists who contribute significantly to the life-long development and well-being of children, youth, adults and families in a multicultural society. We are committed to incorporating nationally accredited/approved curriculum standards, evidence-based teaching methods, a social justice advocacy framework and active clinical and field practice into our programs.
We additionally have a conceptual framework (CALL) through the School of Education that guides our mission and activities within the department.
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling Program's Objectives can be found here.
Important dates and deadlines are listed on our department calendar.
There are several committees that students can participate in within our department:
CSP Graduate Student Association, the CSP Diversity Committee, the honor society Chi Sigma Iota, and our Technology Committee.
Our department activities and progress are evaluated annually. The latest Evaluation Report can be found here.