Argosy University's College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences offers programs designed for those interested in various mental health professions. Some programs can prepare graduates for licensure as psychologists, counselors or therapists. Other programs can prepare individuals to work in fields that apply psychology, like corrections, addictions, sports/exercise, or religious institutions, hospitals, and clinics.
All of our programs focus on preparing practitioners who are grounded in the fundamentals of sound behavioral science and able to use and apply clinical and scientific research and scholarship. We value ethical practice that is sensitive to issues of diversity and multiculturalism.Personal development is central to the professional training anddevelopment of mental health professionals. This belief is critical to our curriculum, our off-site experiences, and our faculty. You will learn through example, active participation, and the high expectations of our faculty mentors.
The College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences recognizes that mental health professionals have unique professional identities: psychologists, counselors, marriage and family therapists, and mental health specialists. In the pages that follow, you will find information about Argosy University programs that addresses each of these professional identities.
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If you are interested in one of our psychology degree programs, Argosy University has campuses located across the country. Some programs may also be offered online. Please contact us for more information on how you can further your education at Argosy University.