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The School of Counseling brings together students and a diverse global faculty in a collaborative learning community dedicated to addressing critical social problems. Using a scholar-practitioner model, our master’s and doctoral programs prepare you to immediately apply established methods of scientific inquiry and evidence-based practice to promote the well-being of individuals, families, and groups.
In our school, you will be mentored by doctoral-level scholars who have a breadth of professional experience, providing you with the contextually and culturally relevant knowledge needed to excel in diverse settings.
Learn more about our school's mission and vision and the people you will be working with in your program.
Learn more about our master's and doctoral programs, which blend rigorous online curricula with opportunities for practical experience and in-person collaboration with expert faculty.
• Academic Programs
Read more about the contributions of our students and faculty to the growing body of knowledge in the field.
• Student Accomplishments
• Faculty Accomplishments
• Published Research
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Learn how Walden's chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, an international counseling honor society, expands students' networking opportunities and our community.
Read Walden's peer-reviewed Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences for some of the latest research in the field.
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