Trinity Western University

Trinity Western University Psychology Degree Program

Address: 7600 Glover Road Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1 Canada

School Description:

Trinity Western University is a place of rigorous academic scholarship and a people with a common vision—to transform lives through Christ-centred higher education. As a comprehensive university, TWU offers a broad array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs across many disciplines.

Our faculty members are known for their extraordinary accessibility to students and strong record of published, globally-recognized research. The result of the outstanding instruction and strong community at TWU is skilled and committed graduates, people who make a positive difference wherever they go.

We welcome people from all around the world to join our community. Since 1962, we have been training leaders of character, capable of addressing the challenges of our changing world. What can you do at TWU? I invite you to watch our impact videos and envision how you can be the difference.

Jonathan S. Raymond, Ph.D.

Undergraduate Program Description

Graduate Program Description

The M.A. Counselling Psychology program provides a unique learning experience by integrating counselling skills and scientific psychology. Graduates are eligible to apply for professional certification, be admitted to doctoral study in Counselling Psychology or a related discipline, or enter directly into a variety of helping professions.

This two-year, full-time program, requires students to complete a minimum of 63 semester hours of curriculum, over 600 hours of clinical supervised experience, and successful completion of either a comprehensive professional exam or a thesis.

The program provides balanced training in research techniques, the study of a body of appropriate theoretical knowledge, and the development of clinical skills.

Located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada, the M.A. Counselling Psychology is one of the first graduate programs started on the campus of Trinity Western University in 1993.

With a wide range of counselling approaches and research interests, faculty are distinguished by recognized scholarship and clinical expertise. Full-time faculty have earned doctorates in Counselling Psychology or a related field. They are licensed psychologists or therapists, who are active in research, publication, and professional advocacy.

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