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Category: Counseling and Psychology
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A marriage and family therapist counsels families and couples regarding issues that affect their personal relationships. In this profession, there is a broad range of issues that a marriage and family therapist may encounter, such as infidelity, substance abuse and depression. While counseling their patients, these professionals can improve relationships and change lives.

Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy program is designed for students who wish to become professional counselors. Keep reading to learn how earning this degree can prepare you to become a marriage and family therapist:

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma is designed to transform students into professional counselors who have the training and knowledge necessary to assess and treat trauma-related disorders. This degree in trauma counseling is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and encompasses the fundamentals of diagnosing and treating interpersonal violence; a range of anxiety and stress disorders; community and global crisis; and the effects of trauma.

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma is designed for learners who wish to pursue a professional counseling career and specialize in trauma-related issues. Some of the concentrations of this course of study include diagnosing and treating anxiety and stress disorders, interpersonal violence and the effects of trauma. Keep reading to learn if this MS in professional counseling in trauma could be right for you:

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If you are pursuing a counseling career and want to provide scripturally sound solutions for your clients, then Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Christian Counseling may be the ideal program for you. The MS in Christian Counseling provides students with an educational foundation in theological wisdom and biblical knowledge so that they may provide others with assistance and encouragement from a Christian perspective. If this type of education interests you, then keep reading to learn about potential career options for graduates of this program:

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Do you see yourself working in the field of behavioral health? If so, then consider earning Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Science degree, offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. This program can help you develop the skills and training that you need to work in diverse behavioral health settings. Continue reading to learn more about becoming a behavioral health professional:

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For those who wish to serve families and individuals affected by drug dependency, a career in substance abuse counseling can be an incredibly rewarding path. If this interests you, then consider earning Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Counseling with an Emphasis in Addiction, Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse degree.

Offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, this program can qualify you to meet state, national and international licensure or certification standards for professional treatment counselors and prevention specialists. One setting in which professionals like these often work is rehabilitation facilities. If this career path interests you, then read on for advice on caring for your own health while working in a rehabilitation clinic:

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Offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Grand Canyon University’s online counseling degrees can help prepare you for a variety of career paths and advanced education options. Are you considering a degree in counseling because you’d like to pursue a career as a counselor? If so, then read on for some study tips for counseling students that may help you succeed while completing this program:

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Are you interested in helping individuals make changes in their lives by pursuing a career in counseling? If so, then the Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy program could offer you the ideal educational foundation to achieve your professional goals. Offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, this professional counseling with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy degree program offers students comprehensive training that can prepare them for licensure in Arizona and national certification.

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At Grand Canyon University, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers degree programs that can prepare you for a meaningful career in counseling or psychology. For example, the Bachelor of Science in Counseling with an Emphasis in Addiction, Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse program covers counseling theories and crisis intervention, and can prepare you for a career as a counselor working in rehabilitation clinics and mental health centers. Our Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an Emphasis in Performance and Sport Psychology, on the other hand, can ready you for a career in performance arts coaching or athletic coaching and training. Continue reading to learn about counseling vs psychology:

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