Why Study Counseling Psychology at TWU?
Our master’s program in counseling psychology provides a uniquely feminist perspective while preparing students for careers primarily in psychological counseling. Students learn to work with individuals, couples, families and groups to promote optimal mental, emotional, and relational health and well-being.
Understanding oneself and others as existing and participating in multiple multicultural and social contexts is a critical part of our program. We are committed to our students' development as ethical and self-reflective professionals, and provide training based in the science of psychology.
Our MA degree also provides excellent preparation for those students seeking to pursue doctoral training in counseling psychology.
- Visit our graduate catalog pages for:
- Course Rotation
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Courses Not Open to Non-Psychology Graduate Students
- Mission, Goals and a Statement on Disclosure of Personal Information
The MA in Counseling Psychology prepares graduates to take the Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) exam (Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors). If you are a resident of another state, contact our department to determine whether our program fulfills requirements to take licensure exams in your home state.
Find more information on how to apply for the MA in Counseling Psychology program, including deadlines, prerequisites and details about our application process.
Please contact Claudia Porras Pyland, Ph.D., Director of Master’s Counseling Psychology Program
Office: CFO 805
Phone: (940) 898-2312
Page last updated 5:22 PM, February 4, 2019