School of Professional Counseling

For more than a decade, mental-health professionals
have graduated from Lindsey Wilson's
nationally accredited counseling program.
Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling
Master of Education in Counseling & Human Development
Doctorate of Philosophy in Counselor Education & Supervision
Who are we?

The Lindsey Wilson College School of Professional Counseling (SPC) is an innovative counseling education that responds to the mental-health needs of a global society. Graduates are well prepared for work in a variety of settings, including mental health agencies, hospitals, and schools. LWC SPC is fully CACREP accredited program and prepares students for licensure as professional counselors.

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Where are we?

The School of Professional Counseling partners with community colleges and mental health agencies in Appalachia and across five states to provide the undergraduate degree in Human Services & Counseling and the graduate degree in Counseling & Human Development with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling.

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What do we do?

The LWC School of Professional Counseling boasts an enthusiastic, student-centered faculty whose interests include advocacy, play therapy, intimate partner violence, family counseling, substance abuse, career counseling, group counseling, multicultural counseling and neurofeedback.

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