Work along side practicing scholars, counseling psychologists, school counselors, and rehabilitation counselors to learn the skills you need to become a mental health leader in your community.

Join one of our nationally-ranked graduate programs and prepare for a rewarding career as a counselor, psychologist, or educator.

Programs

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Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares graduates to work with clients across a spectrum of mental and emotional disorders, as well as to promote mental health and wellness.

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Counselor Education and Supervision

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision provides graduates with the knowledge and skills related to general counseling supervising counselors, and conducting research.

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Counseling Psychology

Counseling Psychology is a renowned Ph.D. program preparing scholar-practitioners.

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Couple and Family Therapy

Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) is a PhD program preparing therapists for higher education and research positions.

Serve your community and get hired: many of our graduates have job offers before they graduate.

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Rehabilitation Counseling

Prepares graduates to work collaboratively with individuals with disabilities and their support systems to achieve their personal, social, psychological, and vocational goals.

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School Counseling

The M.A. in School Counseling trains future school counselors to identify and meet the unique academic, social-emotional, and career needs of K-12 students.

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School Psychology

The School Psychology program trains health service psychologists and focuses on issues facing children, adolescents, and their families.

Undergraduate Offerings

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Education Studies and Human Relations

Undergraduate degree with flexible training for numerous career pathways.

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Educational Psychology (minor)

The Educational Psychology minor provides an enriched background in educational psychology, educational testing, and research methods in education.

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Human Relations (minor)

The Human Relations Minor is designed to help students broaden their career choices in the helping professions.

Associated Research and Centers

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Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education

The Belin-Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development is a comprehensive center focused on nurturing potential and inspiring excellence through myriad programs and services.

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Iowa Center for School Mental Health

The Iowa Center for School Mental Health expands support for mental health to Pre-K-12 educators and schools across the state. This includes training, resources, and outreach to support student mental health so all students, educators, and schools can be successful and resilient.

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LGBTQ Counseling Clinic

The LGBTQ Counseling Clinic provides assessments, ongoing individual, couple, and family therapy to anyone who identifies as LGBTQ, their families, and the community at large. 

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Rural Psychology Collaborative

The Rural Psychology Collaborative was founded with the mission to better serve rural Iowans through community-based research and practice. We are committed to increasing access to psychological services for Iowans.

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