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  1. Has anyone who has applied to SJSU's Counselor Education Program for Spring 2020 heard anything back yet? My admissions status has said referred to department for what feels like forever now!
  2. Hi everyone! I'm getting started and planning ahead for the fall when I'll be applying to PSU's Counselor Education program, and I was wondering if anyone had any words of advice -- I applied to the PSU MSW program last year and wasn't accepted, which actually turned out to be fine because it made me reflect on exactly what program to pursue, and I've settled on an MFT Counselor track in the Graduate School of Education at PSU. That said, the application process last year was so stressful and it was obviously tough to be rejected, so I'm trying to come back much stronger this year. I have an undergraduate GPA of 3.4, and I have a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in sociology. I've volunteered in a domestic violence shelter for about a year (it will be 1.5 years by the time applications are due) doing direct-service work with participants, and have worked in administration at a couple of nonprofits for the last 6 years. I'm hoping to take the prerequisite 'Intro to Counseling' course at PSU this fall as a non-degree seeking student to get a little more face-time at the university and possibly make some connections there (the admissions advisor I spoke to said it was a good starting point). Does anyone have any wisdom to share? For the MSW program, the piece that I wasn't fully aware of was how much emphasis they put on direct social work experience, and I think that's why I wasn't accepted. I'm curious to know if there are any pieces like that in the GSE Counselor master's program that I should try and address now. Thanks!
  3. Hi all, I recently graduated from a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters program in the US and am interested in applying for PhD programs. This past year I mostly applied to Canadian clinical and counseling psychology programs, however, was rejected from them all. I am thinking about applying to more programs in the US this upcoming December but am having a tough time with deciding whether or not a PhD in Counselor Education would be a good fit for me as someone who wants to return to Canada to work afterwards. I am specifically interested in returning to Alberta where you only need a Masters to register as a psychologist. In the future I would like to work with clients and also have the opportunity to teach on a postsecondary level which is primarily why I am applying for PhD programs. I also have a Bachelor's in Psychology if that helps. I am aware that a PhD in Counselor Education would be especially helpful if I wanted to teach Masters level students in CACREP accredited schools in the US and that CACREP doesn't exist in Canada. Any comments or thoughts would be so helpful. Thanks!
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