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Graduate Counseling Programs   

By providing the following information on counseling programs in Colorado, CCA is not endorsing any specific program.

Adams State University - Alamosa
Both Masters and Doctoral programs offered:

• MA in Clinical Mental Health
• MA in Addiction Counseling
• MA in School Counseling
• Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

or call 800-824-6494

Adams State University/ 208 Edgemont Blvd. / Alamosa, CO 81101

Argosy University - Denver
At Argosy University, our faculty are not only scholars – they’re practicing professionals. They bring their mastery and real-world experience into our graduate level classrooms. This gives our graduates an edge when they enter the job market. Because knowledge is one thing; experience is quite another.
You can earn the following Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy degrees:
• MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
• MA in Marriage and Family Therapy
• Ed.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision
• Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology
• DMFT Doctorate in Marriage and Family
In addition, the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Denver Campus offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree programs in psychology.
Learn more today at
http://www.argosy.edu/ or call 303-248-2700
Argosy University, Denver Campus / 1200 Lincoln Street / Denver, CO 80233

Denver Seminary
Students in Denver Seminary’s graduate and doctoral programs experience a holistic education founded on academic, skill, and spiritual formation. Students in our counseling programs receive solid clinical instruction in counseling methodologies, sound biblical training, integration of faith and practice, and individualized clinical and professional mentoring. Our professors have extensive counseling and teaching experience and can illustrate from personal example the application of these principles to the counseling field. Practicum is offered in the on-site clinic followed by an internship in one of many sites along the Front Range. Programs offered include:

Master of Arts in Counseling (licensure) degree with a concentration in Community Counseling (CACREP accredited)  
Master of Arts in Counseling (licensure) degree with a concentration in School Counseling
Master of Arts in Counseling Ministries degree with an optional 12-hour concentration in chaplaincy
Master of Divinity degree with concentrations in either Pastoral Counseling or Chaplaincy
Doctor of Ministry degree in Marriage and Family Counseling
Discover more by visiting our website at
http://www.denverseminary.edu/, or contact the admissions team at 800.922.3040 or info@denverseminary.edu

Denver Seminary, 6399 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton CO 80120

Regis University 
Regis University College for Professional Studies
Regis University's Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) degree prepares adult learners to become counselors who treat mental and emotional disorders at community agencies, nonprofit mental health agencies, child and family counseling centers, substance abuse centers, and employee assistance organizations. The classroom-based, highly interactive MAC degree accredited by CACREP is designed to develop a strong foundation of professional counseling skills and abilities. Students will gain experience through hands on practicum at our state-of-the-art counseling lab preparing them to apply their education after completion of the degree program. The Regis Counseling Ph.D. faculty is committed to creating open and supportive education environments that reflect the social, relational, and cross-cultural contexts of learning that are essential for effective counselor training. Post-graduate certificates are also offered for skill renewal or enhancement in:

·         Child and Adolescent Counseling
·         Marriage and Family Therapy
·         Transformative Counseling

For more information please visit CPS.Regis.edu/SEC, or contact a Regis Enrollment Counselor at
Regis University / 3333 Regis Boulevard / Denver, CO 80221  

University of Colorado Denver As our population demographics continue to diversify, are you ready to provide a culturally-responsive counseling experience? If you’re interested in working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds to advance and sustain their personal growth, and learn from a diverse group of outstanding faculty who will help you grow academically and professionally, this may be the program for you.

Our CACREP-accredited master’s specializations are rigorous programs that include coursework, residencies and field experiences designed to prepare you for state licensure eligibility. The practicum experience in this program can’t be matched by any other counseling program in the state.

You may earn a Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education masters degree in one of the following concentrations:
Couple and Family Counseling
Clinical Mental Health
Multicultural Counseling
School Counseling

Learn more today at www.ucdenver.edu/counseling or call 303-315-4977.
University of Colorado Denver / 1380 Lawrence Street 7th Floor / Denver, CO 80217

University of The Rockies
University of the Rockies is a leader in graduate education offering Master’s and Doctorate degree programs in the social and behavioral sciences on campus in Colorado Springs. The School of Professional Psychology offers both a Master’s degree and a PsyD in Psychology. Through rigorous coursework and practical application, our students prepare for rewarding careers as psychologists, professional therapists, consultants, and coaches. Students who pursue licensure benefit from our on-site community counseling center. And, we now offer a bachelor’s-to-doctorate program to help you achieve your educational goals.
·        Marriage and Family Therapy (MA only)
·        Mental Health Counseling (MA only)
·        Clinical (PsyD only)
For more information regarding our master’s and doctoral programs, call 866-442-0808 or emailadmissions@rockies.edu.

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Colorado Counseling Association  
7450 W 52nd Ave., Ste M244
Arvada, Colorado 80002

The Colorado Counseling Association (CCA) is a state branch of the 50,000 member American Counseling Association (ACA). CCA is an organization of counseling professionals who work in education, health care, residential, private practice, community agencies, government and business/industry settings. Serving as a dynamic network of professional counselors in the State of Colorado, CCA is devoted to professional development and maintenance of high standards for those involved in the counseling profession.


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