Counseling Programs


About Counseling Students

Do you inspire trust, respect, and confidence in those around you? Do you feel a strong desire to help others? Do you consider yourself an excellent communicator and listener? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you should definitely consider pursuing a degree in counseling. As a counseling student, you’ll learn the skills necessary to work in a variety of public and private environments, including job training centers, healthcare facilities, social agencies, rehabilitation centers, and correctional institutions.

As a counseling degree holder, you’ll enjoy a rosy employment outlook. Experts predict that job growth in this field will continue to grow through 2012 at a faster rate than the national average for all occupations.


  • Counseling at Nova Southeastern University

    A master's degree program in counseling will provide you with a comprehensive survey of counseling theories, including the dynamics of group counseling, social and cultural concerns and family issues. You will be able to use the knowledge you learn from this degree to further your professional goals.

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  • Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University

    A mental health counseling master's degree program teaches you how to work with individuals, families, and groups in need of treatment for emotional and mental disorders. You learn not only therapeutic techniques for treating these disorders, but skills necessary for the promotion of general mental good health and well-being.

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