Possible professional paths for those with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision include:
- 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
Prepare to affect positive change by becoming a guide for the next generation of counselors to address the increasingly complex challenges faced by children, adults, and families through the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program at Saybrook University.
Saybrook University focuses on developing competent mental health professionals who inspire transformational change in individuals, families, and communities toward a just, humane, and sustainable world.
Enhance your skills and knowledge to better support the development of master’s-level counseling practitioners. Through hands-on experience guided by expert faculty, you will be prepared to work with counselors-in-training as they gain counseling skills, integrate their “self” as therapists, develop their professional identity as counselors, sharpen their ethical decision-making, and understand how to serve diverse clients and the community.
Graduates will be prepared to hold full-time faculty positions within counseling programs while maintaining advanced knowledge of skills in teaching, clinical supervision, research, advocacy, and leadership.