Degree Programs

 

Undergraduate


Rehabilitation
Services
Education

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Graduate


Art Therapy
Counseling

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Clinical Counseling

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Rehabilitation
Counseling (RC48)

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School Counseling

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Dual Degree -
Art Therapy Counseling and
Clinical Counseling

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Parallel Pathways

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Department of
Counselor Education

 

About the Department


Mission Statement

The Department of Counselor Education at Emporia State University is committed to excellence in the preparation and continuing development of professionals in the counseling field. The Department provides graduate students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions critical for effective counseling, advocacy, and leadership in addressing the diverse demands of the counseling profession.  Specifically, the Department prepares counselors with the specialized knowledge and skills required for placement in Art Therapy, Mental Health, Rehabilitation, and School Counseling settings.

Consistent with this mission are the goals of graduating students who have:

  • knowledge of basic counseling theory and practice;
  • competencies in essential counseling services;
  • skills necessary to evaluate relevant research;
  • personal commitment to evaluating their counseling interventions; and
  • an ongoing effort to evolve through professional development activities.


For information regarding our programs, please contact Carleen Dvorak, Senior Administrative Assistant at cdvorak@emporia.edu, 620-341-5220.

  

Front entrance of Counselor Education


Mailing Address:

Department of
Counselor Education
Emporia State University
1 Kellogg Circle
Campus Box 4036
Emporia, KS 66801

Physical Address:

Department of
Counselor Education
(not on the ESU main campus)
Earl Center
1601 State Street
Emporia, KS

   

The Earl Center, the office building that hosts Community Counseling Services, is located off of State Street across from Hammond Park. The two story, brick building houses Community Counseling Services  in the Department of Counselor Education on the top level and the Jones Institute for Educational Excellence on the bottom level.

Parking is free of charge and available in the parking lot surrounding The Earl Center.