Monday, June 3, 2013

Visiting Day: M.A. with a concentration in Counseling Psychology

Saturday, June 29, 2013
Brattleboro, VT and Cincinnati, OH
master of arts counseling psychology

Union Institute & University’s Master of Arts with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology program will be featured at a Visiting Day on Saturday, June 29, 2013. The event will take place 9:00am-12:00pm at Union’s Cincinnati Academic Center, 440 E. McMillan Street in Walnut Hills, and 9:15am-12:00pm at the Vermont Academic Center, 3 University Way Suite 3 in Brattleboro.

Union’s Visiting Day allows prospective graduate students to join current students during their summer residency weekend and attend faculty presentations to better understand the scope, delivery, and pace of the low residency program. Faculty and staff will provide an overview of the program, including information about sitting for the National Counseling Exam while still in the program. Admissions staff will be available to answer questions about the application process. Attendees are welcome to stay to attend additional afternoon sessions.

Union’s M.A. with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology is a hybrid program, featuring both online and face-to-face courses. Students may enroll in the program on a full-time or part-time basis. The program’s curriculum fulfills state counseling licensure requirements and includes 60 credit hours and an internship. Residency weekends take place three times per year at the Cincinnati and Brattleboro academic centers.

“Union Institute & University is committed to offering a flexible and rigorous graduate psychology degree program for adults who are juggling many responsibilities,” states Lauren Wenstrup, Enrollment Counselor for the M.A. with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology program. “We are open to candidates who have an academic or professional background in mental health, and those who are thinking about a career change. The M.A. program’s format blends the flexibility of online learning with the camaraderie and support provided by face-to-face meetings each term with faculty and fellow students.”

For more information about the M.A. with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology, and to RSVP to the Visiting Day in Cincinnati, please contact Lauren Wenstrup at 513-487-1269, or To register for the Brattleboro event contact Hanna Thurber at

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