Become a Counselor or Counseling Psychologist at GSE

Read more about our programs below and watch a video here.

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.






American Psychological Association

Contact the American Psychological Association for more information about accreditation.
Office of Program Consultation and
Accreditation American Psychological Association
750 1st Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

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Merle Keitel, Ph.D.

Merle Keitel, Ph.D., Chair of the GSE Psychological and Educational Services Division, shares information about the unique counseling and counseling psychology programs offered at Fordham.