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Counseling Psychology

Trinity’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program offers rigorous academic and professional training in counseling, combining theory, empirical research, and practical experience. Grounded in a Christian perspective, the program teaches about the integration of Christian faith and counseling practice, and seeks to address the spiritual core of human life as responsive to God. The program welcomes students of all faith traditions and emphasizes the formation of the whole person in the training of each student answering God’s call to bring healing and restoration.

Start Dates & Format

The program begins each fall and spring, and operates on a year-round schedule.

It consists of 60 total credit hours. You take 2 courses at a time. Each course meets one night per week, so you are on campus 2 nights a week. The coursework consists of both traditional face-to-face courses and hybrid/blended courses with online components.

Counseling Internship

The counseling internship consists of 700 hours. Many students also work part-time or full-time. The program includes supervision at the clinical site as well as classroom instruction and on-campus supervision.

Sites where our students have completed their internships include:
Olive Branch Counseling Associates, Inc., South Suburban Family Shelter, Community Counseling Services of Illinois, Genesis Therapy Center, Orland Township Youth and Family Services, along with Trinity’s own Counseling Center.

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition for 2018-2019 is $655 per credit hour. Total tuition for 60-credit hours is $39,300. Learn about financial aid and scholarship opportunities on our Financial Aid page.

Application for Admission

For admissions to this program, please visit the Graduate Admissions pages.