The Rollins Graduate Counseling Program offers an interactive, experiential curriculum that meets the highest and most recent CACREP accreditation and state licensure standards. Late afternoon and early evening classes, structured for 12-15 students, provide individualized instruction.
Meet Our Faculty -- Counseling faculty members are nationally certified and licensed professionals committed to providing students with active learning and real world experience.
Program of Study -- The 60-semester-hour curriculum includes all courses, practica and internships required for Florida state licensure.
Our program is unique in its commitment to fostering a transformative experience through personal growth and self-awareness, which enhances the student’s professional capacity in the field of clinical mental health counseling. We are also unique among graduate programs for offering advanced training in group counseling theory and practice.
Emphasizing the core values of multiculturalism and social justice, the program provides the clinical skills, practical experience, and ethical foundation essential for a successful career in counseling. As a result, our students are among the most qualified, sought-after job candidates in the region.
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* Winner of the Outstanding Graduate Program Award, conferred by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Division of the American Counseling Association in 1997.