Saybrook University’s Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program prepares graduates for professional roles such as:
- Teaching as a full-time or adjunct faculty in counselor education programs
- Supervising clinical mental health counselors
- Advocating to improve the lives of marginalized individuals and families
- Leading meaningful change within their communities and the counseling profession
- Conducting research through a humanistic lens
Mental health solutions for transformative change
Enhance your knowledge through hands-on experience, honing your skills guiding counselors-in-training as they learn counseling skills, develop their professional identities, sharpen their ethical decision-making, and learn how to serve diverse clients and the community.
A social justice perspective
Our Ph.D. in Counselor Education program examines privilege and marginalization as well as how aspects of power impact individual, familial, group, and community experiences, preparing graduates to comprehensively apply just, humane, sustainable solutions for transformational change in individuals, families, and communities everywhere.
Exceptional progressive education
Saybrook University is accredited by the Senior Commission of Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), a regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and by the state of California. More program information can be found in our academic catalog.