Counseling

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Welcome

The Counseling curriculum at Chadron State College offers Master’s level training in Community Counseling or School Counseling. Students can prepare to work professionally in various public and private counseling agencies, or within elementary or secondary school settings. The curricula in Community Counseling and School Counseling are designed to provide experiences that will allow students to seek licensure in Counseling and certification in School Counseling, respectively.

All students are required to attend a Counseling Orientation interview prior to completing their first semester of the counseling program. The Orientation Interview is offered each semester in both North Platte and Chadron, Nebraska. Please select a date from the list below and RSVP to Dr. Laura Gaudet (lgaudet@csc.edu) a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the Interview date you wish to attend. The following dates and times have been scheduled:

Chadron State College, Miller Hall, Suite 222, Chadron, NE:

Mid-Plains Community College, North Platte, NE:

For more information or directions to Mid-Plains Community College, please contact Bobi Johnson at 1-800-658-4308x3704 or bjohnson@csc.edu
For more information or directions to Chadron State College, please contact the Department of Counseling, Psychology, & Social Work at 308-432-6330 or lgaudet@csc.edu

Program Missions

Community Counseling

The mission of the Community Counseling program of the Counseling, Psychology and Social Work department at Chadron State College is to prepare quality professionals to pursue careers as community counselors in various public and private agencies and systems.

School Counseling

The mission of the School Counseling program of the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work department of Chadron State College is to prepare quality professionals to be endorsed as school counselors who will meet the needs of students and educational settings of tomorrow.

Program Accreditations


 

The Community Counseling program is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). This program provides the required curriculum to obtain a counseling license in the state of Nebraska and Wyoming. 

The School Counseling program is accredited by both the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education The Higher Learning Commission

Entrance Process