Maestría en Consejería Clínica de Salud Mental

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La Maestría en Artes en Consejería Clínica de Salud Mental de Immaculata de 60 créditos está acreditada por el Consejo de Acreditación de Consejería y Programas Educativos Relacionados (CACREP) y también cumple con los requisitos para la licencia de consejero profesional (LPC) del estado de Pensilvania.

Al finalizar el programa, los estudiantes exitosos demostrarán el conocimiento, las habilidades y las prácticas profesionales necesarias para abordar una amplia variedad de circunstancias dentro de la comunidad de consejería clínica de salud mental.

Última actualización Dic 2020

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Nearing our 100th anniversary, we strive to maintain a culture rooted in the traditions of benevolence. We keep classes small while offering a wide variety of subjects, majors, and pursuits. We offer Christian core values within a state-of-the-art environment. A student of any faith will leave Immaculata University prepared for the varied and complex world at large. We’re here not just to become better, but to create better. Our success is measured in terms of the value we create. It arises when we go beyond ourselves to serve the people, the communities, and the world around us. We’re proud to take our knowledge forward and use it to build new wisdom and new outcomes. At Immaculata, we know that knowledge has no end – and that there’s no end to its ability to change things for the better. Immaculata University, a Catholic academic community, founded and sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, is committed to scholarship, the formation of the whole person for leadership and service, and empowerment of all to seek the truth, promote justice, and engage in a dialogue between faith and culture. Grounded in IHM tradition and charism since 1920. Menos información