The College of Education offers the following programs for Counseling.
For details on each program, including admission criteria and application materials, please click on the links above.
Find out what's happening in the Division of Psychology and Counseling.
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PEER MENTOR PROGRAM
Admitted to the program? Peer Mentors are senior classmates providing information and support. Participate in workshops and social events with networking opportunities. Contact Bonnie Gregg at email@example.com to be paired with a mentor!
Thinking about applying to the program? Have questions such as: what are the classes like? Can I work and still go to school? Get answers from current GSU Counseling students. E-mail your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org (type "Mentor" in the subject line).
Interested in finding out more about GSU's FREE Counseling? Stop by the Counseling Lab to find out more!
The below links will connect you with a comprehensive database of scholarships and potential career options for students interested in pursuing a degree in counseling. The directory filters scholarships and looks at the different career opportunities by a variety of characteristics, ensuring you find opportunities that best fit your needs.
Counseling students in Italy
View their blog here: http://gsuitalyinstitute.blogspot.it/
Internship in Bhutan (South Asia)
Doctoral student Deborah Watson is in the traditional Kera (black and white). All government employees are required to wear the official outfit of Bhutan when they are working and many people wear them even if they don’t work for the government. The men wear something called a gho. Ms. Watson is currently working at their national hospital, so she is required to wear the traditional garb.
Join Nora as she searches the halls of GSU for the counseling faculty.
Along her journey she comes across many other colorful Counseling program members—people you will surely meet during your adventure at Governors State University! Click the play button below to start the video.