Counseling

Dean: D. Carscaddon

Director of Graduate Counseling Programs: L. Carscaddon

Coordinator of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs-Boiling Springs/Charlotte: S. Webb

Coordinator of the School Counseling Program: L. Greene

Faculty

Professors: D. Carscaddon, L. Carscaddon, L. Greene, J. Morgan

Associate Professors: I. Naydenova, B. Thompson, S. Webb

Assistant Professor: Lorell Gordon

Instructor: K. Williams-Thompson

Mission Statement

The mission of the graduate programs of the School of Psychology and Counseling is to create a context in which counseling students participate in an academically rigorous process that values the power of interpersonal relationships in creating beneficial change. For faculty, counseling students, and the community we serve, we believe this process is essential. Our school has an ongoing commitment to providing a caring and challenging environment which facilitates the acquisition of the knowledge and the development of the skills necessary for our counseling students to become effective counselors in an increasingly diverse society. We seek to empower students within a framework of mentoring relationships to promote their own development in several areas of personal growth. These areas include spiritual, ethical, mental, physical, social, and vocational development. In addition, we seek to foster a commitment to continuing education and lifelong learning.

Fields of Study


MA in School Counseling (pre-K-12)

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Concentration in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling

MDiv/MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling