Compare Psychology and Counseling Related Programs

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  • Help students with emotional, social and behavioral problems

  • Collaborate with teachers to determine strategies to help students overcome learning differences

  • Teach parenting skills and help with home/school collaboration

  • Coordinate with services outside of school to help students and families

School Psychology

  • Provide individual and small group counseling to students for issues such as stress, anxiety, divorce, and grief, in addition to crisis interventions

  • Conduct prevention and large group programs on topics such as bullying, substance use, communication skills, self-esteem, and conflict resolution

  • Engage in academic planning, career exploration, and college planning with students

  • Collaborate and consult with teachers, administrators, parents, families, and community partners to best advocate for the needs of students

  • Function as a leader in the school on issues such as school climate, interventions to foster student personal wellness and academic achievement, and tracking of program outcomes

School Counseling

  • Intervene with clients (individually and in group settings) experiencing a range of mental health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and addictions

  • Work with couples and families experiencing tensions and difficulties

  • Counsel clients who want to achieve personal goals and traverse various life transitions, such as working toward a healthy lifestyle and managing the stress of a recent move

  • Conduct psychoeducation and prevention programs for clients and families on issues such as coping skills, the physical and psychological effects of drugs and alcohol, and triggers for mental health disorders

  • Link clients and families with helpful community resources that may aid in treatment, such as local support groups

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • Intervene with clients (individually and in group settings) experiencing a range of mental health concerns.

  • Apply your dance artistry, knowledge, creativity and skills to help people with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, disordered eating, and addictions.

  • Discover how to blend dance movement and mind-body practices, mindfulness and traditional therapies for holistic wellness.

Dance/Movement Therapy Concentration - Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • Work as a behavior analyst to support clients, community members and families

  • Treat children with behavior challenges like autism

  • Address behavior challenges across groups of people like students or employees

Applied Behavior Analysis