Pursue your personal and professional goals with professional development opportunities offered in a flexible online learning environment through Walden’s School of Counseling and Social Service. As a non-degree-seeking student, you can focus on your individual interests with courses that focus on integrating research with your professional expertise.
Courses are available in:
- Alcohol and Drug Counseling
- Assessment and Appraisal of Individuals
- The Counseling Profession
- Counseling Techniques
- Counseling Theory and Practice
- Group Dynamics, Processing, and Counseling
- Human Growth and Development
- Lifestyle and Career Development
- Marriage and Family Therapy
- Professional, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities
- Psychotherapy and Treatment of Mental Emotional Disorders
- Research and Evaluation
Some courses may satisfy requirements for earning or renewing a license, credential, or certification in a particular field. Please consult with the appropriate licensing body or agency, state body or agency, or school district to determine specific requirements before enrolling in a Walden course.
Walden offers many more courses for non-degree-seeking students. See a full listing.
A Walden enrollment advisor is available to assist you in selecting and registering for a course. To speak with an enrollment advisor, call 1-866-492-5336 in the U.S. or view list of international toll-free phone numbers. You can also request information online. Be sure to select “Individual Courses” under “Programs of Interest” when completing the online request form.
If you would like to learn more about Walden's degree programs in counseling, please visit Walden's School of Counseling.