Elementary School Guidance Counselor Certification

Students who are seeking certification in Elementary School Counseling take these courses unless waived through transcript review. All applicants must hold a master's degree.

For more information, contact: Jed Yalof, Psy.D., ABPP, ABSNP Graduate Psychology Department Chair (610) 647-4400 ext. 3503.

 

Requirements

Course Number Course Name Credits
GEN 501 Human Development 3
GEN 502 Methods of Research 3
PSYC 607 Treatment of Children and Adolescents 3
PSYC 609 Career and Vocational Counseling 3
PSYC 610 Children with Execeptional Needs 3
PSYC 617 Ethical and Professional Issues 3
PSYC 640 Diversity Counseling 3
PSYC 641 Assessment for Counselors 3
PSYC 642 Instruction and Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Leamers 3
PSYC 654 Principles of Academic Assessment, Instruction and Intervention 3
PSYC 655 School Consultation and Curriculum Design 3
PSYC 668 Counseling Theories and Techniques I 3
PSYC 669 Counseling Theories and Techniques II 3
PSYC 671 Seminar I in Counseling Psychology 3
PSYC 672 Seminar II in Counseling Psychology 3
PSYC 687

Seminar in Elementary School Counseling

(Must be done in Fall or Spring Semester)

3
PSYC 688

Seminar in Secondary School Counseling

(Must be done in Fall or Spring Semester)

3

 

Certification Requirements

Visit Immaculata's Certification Office website for specific instructions and required forms. For more information, contact James P. Osborne, Certification Officer, at josborne1@immaculata.edu or 610-647-4400, ext. 3297.


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