Become a Counselor or Counseling Psychologist at GSE

Read more about our programs below. 

Our programs prepare professionals for positions in PreK–12 schools; mental health settings; counseling services in higher education; adult education; business; industry; and independent psychological practice.

They also provide advanced training for teachers and individuals interested in research or the development and evaluation of educational programs and materials.

Mental Health Counseling (M.S.Ed.)

This program prepares graduates to work in diverse settings such as mental health clinics, hospitals, university counseling centers, social agencies, corporations, and private practice.

School Counseling (M.S.Ed.)

This program prepares graduates to work in a variety of K-12 school settings as professional school counselors. Throughout the program, students develop the knowledge and skills required to effectively meet the academic, socio-emotional, and college/career development needs of all students.

Counseling Psychology (Ph.D.)

This program prepares professionals for positions in counseling psychology, school counseling, and mental health counseling.

The Division of Psychological and Educational Services Welcomes Ismini Georgiades, Ph.D.

The Fordham Graduate School of Education (GSE) is pleased to welcome Ismini Georgiades, Ph.D. to the faculty.

Georgiades, a clinical assistant professor in counseling psychology in the GSE Division of Psychological and Educational Services (PES),received her doctorate in counseling psychology from Fordham’s Graduate School of Education; master’s degree in counseling psychology and master’s degree in counselor education from Teachers College, Columbia University; and bachelor of arts in psychology and political science from New York University. She is a New York State licensed psychologist and her work and research centers on grief and loss, treatment of trauma, and psychotherapy with individuals with neurodiverse backgrounds.

“It feels like a homecoming. As an alumna I always felt PES was an environment that enriched me personally and professionally. It’s a privilege to return to work and further learn among the students,” Georgiades expressed.

Georgiades will be coordinating the clinical experiences of the doctoral students in counseling psychology and teaching in the master’s programs as well as the doctoral program.

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