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Graduate Course Providers

The following institutions are helping to support CALPCC's work with their paid advertisements.  Some of these university programs offer some of the required core courses for counselors who already hold master's degrees, but need one or two courses to complete the licensing requirements.  Courses may be taken through university extension if units are awarded.    

Many of the following universities also offer master's degrees that contain the courses required for the LPCC.  Universities are invited to advertise their courses. Advertise
View required graduate courses required for licensure.  
CALPCC does not endorse programs or institutions.






Alliant International University

www.ce-psychology.com/counselors.html

The following graduate credit online course will be offered through Alliant’s Continuing Education Department.


Association for Advanced Training in Behavioral Sciences (AATBS)

www.aatbs.com

Provides graduate credit courses in partnership with Alliant University in:

  • Psychopharmacology (2 semester units online)
  • Career Development Theories and Techniques (3 units)
  • Research and Evaluation (3 units)

Note:  Coupon code is not valid on graduate credit courses.



California Southern University

From www.calsouthern.edu/school-behavioral-sciences:

  • PSY 86502A Counseling Theories and Strategies
  • MFT 86504B Ethical and Legal Issues in Therapy
  • PSY 86508A Culture and Diversity in Counseling
  • PSY 86505A Lifespan Development
  • PSY 86506A Psychopathology
  • PSY 86509A Systems of Family Therapy
  • PSY 86511A Substance Use and Related Disorders
  • PSY 86510A Child and Adolescent Therapy
  • PSY 86514A Couples and Sex Therapy
  • PSY 86512A Group Counseling
  • PSY 87547A Career Counseling
  • MFT 86513A Assessment Techniques in Therapy
  • PSY 87519A Crisis and Trauma Counseling
  • PSY 86520A Advanced Counseling Techniques
  • MFT 86700A Psychopharmacology
  • PSY 87543A Systems of Care in Community Mental Health
  • MFT 86900A Research Methods and Statistics
  • COUN 86501 The Counseling Profession


 


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