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The Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology prepares students to investigate and address the psychological needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations/institutions, and communities. Students in this department are trained to become knowledgeable and proficient researchers, to provide psychological and educational leadership, and to be effective practitioners. Specifically, graduates from these programs seek positions in teaching, research, policy, administration, psychotherapy, and counseling.
Psychology @ TC
Psychology is in the House
From its earliest days, TC scholars and alumni have demonstrated that learning is a dynamic interplay of motivation, cognition, intellectual and emotional development, identity, physiology, environmental influences and many other factors.
New and Noteworthy
33rd Annual Winter Roundtable Conference
This year's theme, "Cultural Competence in the Digital World: Trending #Apps, #Games, and #SocialMedia" celebrates 33 years of accomplishments, while beholding the promise of fighting social injustice by leaders in the fields of cultural psychology and education.
Certificate Program in Sexuality, Women and Gender In Psychology and Education
Beginning Fall 2015, the SWG Project will be offering the first New York State approved certificate program of its kind - a world-renowned training ground for the next generation of educators, researchers, practitioners, administrators, and activists interested in learning the next wave of theories and practices to improve the well-being for LGBTQ individuals and women.
The Spirituality Mind Body Institute Summer Intensive Master’s Program
The Spirituality Mind Body Institute’s (SMBI) Summer Intensive Master’s Program at Teachers College, Columbia University is the first Ivy League graduate program dedicated to merging spirituality and evidence-based research within the context of clinical psychology.
Bilingual Latina/o Mental Health Concentration
The Bilingual Latina/o Mental Health (BLMH) concentration within the EdM program, newly approved in 2015 by the New York State Education Department, is the only program in New York to offer culturally appropriate training in delivering mental health services in Spanish to Latinas/os.
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Department Chair: Marie L. Miville
Phone: (212) 678-3257 * Fax: (212) 678-3275 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 428 Horace Mann
Box Number: 102