Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma is designed for learners who wish to pursue a professional counseling career and specialize in trauma-related issues. Some of the concentrations of this course of study include diagnosing and treating anxiety and stress disorders, interpersonal violence and the effects of trauma. Keep reading to learn if this MS in professional counseling in trauma could be right for you:
Do You Want to Help Others?
If you want a career in which you can serve and assist others through your work, then this MS in professional counseling in trauma could be right for you. In this program, students learn about the treatment framework and organizational structure of trauma-informed care. This curriculum emphasizes the role of the counselor in aiding individuals with mental health issues, a lack of self-control and disrupted health development.
Do You Want to Make an Impact?
The course of study in GCU’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma prepares learners to understand, recognize and respond to different types of trauma. Examples of course topics include counseling processes, psychopharmacology and addictions. Students also learn about statistical analysis, research methods and assessment, diagnostic and treatment framework. Additionally, by studying abuse and crisis detection and the treatment of trauma-related disorders, learners develop a foundation for making an impact using trauma-informed care.
Do You Feel Called to Serve Your Community?
A career in trauma-related professional counseling can be both challenging and rewarding. If you feel compelled to serve your community through counseling work, then consider this degree program, which can ready you for a career in mental health counseling, human services, behavioral health, health services management, law enforcement and government.
At Grand Canyon University, our priority is providing each learner with a quality education. For details on our online counseling programs, visit the GCU website or click the Request More Information button on this page.
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