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Counseling Psychology and Human Services

Director: 
Benedict McWhirter, Department Head
Josna Lauryan Lewis, Business & Operations Coordinator
Phone: 
541-346-5501

Location

Mailing Address: 
Department of Counseling Psychology & Human Services, College of Education
5251 University of Oregon
Eugene
OR
97403-5251

Programs in Counseling Psychology and Human Services educate and train professionals in counseling psychology, couples and family therapy, and family and human services. Our students are trained to effectively and collaboratively identify, treat, and prevent psychological problems in children, adolescents, adults, and families. Through education and training, students gain the skills to interpret and apply scientific information from the behavioral sciences in general, and from their discipline in particular, to professional practice. Students learn how to conduct research and contribute to the knowledge base of their disciplines.At the doctoral level, students engage in producing scientific knowledge through research in collaboration with their faculty mentors. Field placements, practicum placements, and internships at all levels of training provide our students with opportunities to practice in school, community agency, clinical, and research settings under the supervision of faculty, agency personnel, and collaborating scholars.

Programs

Welcome to Counseling Psychology’s M.Ed. in Counseling, Family, & Human Services (CFHS) with a specialization in Prevention Science, a 1 year, 45 credit master's program that begins each fall term.

The Service-Learning Program engages the University and the broader community in reciprocal partnerships to create educational programs for students, to promote leadership through service, to foster and promote inclusive environments and to advance social justice and civic engagement.
The nationally accredited Family and Human Services major leads to a bachelor of arts (BA), bachelor of science (BS) or bachelor of education (BEd) degree. FHS students build a foundation through course work and field experiences in learning and development, professional communication and collaboration, social policy for children and families, and creative approaches to solving problems and making effective decisions.

Welcome to the Counseling Psychology doctoral program. We hope you find this web site helpful in understanding our program. You will find information about our philosophy, admissions, training, faculty, and students.

The Couples and Family Therapy (CFT) master's is a 90-credit, two-year program that prepares students to become professional family therapists in preparation for state licensure.

The Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP) provides academic course work in the areas of alcohol and drug prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery. SAPP faculty also work professionally in the field providing them with updated, applicable course content and real world experience.