The mission of the Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology is to offer graduate psychology degree programs that are engaged, embodied, contemplative, and informative. Each program offers students a process of learning, reflection, integration, and mindful practice in relation to service in the world. Drawing from a rich diversity of traditional and innovative theories, students learn to apply compassion and discernment to specific situations.
Curricula are rooted in experientially based embodied ways of knowing including empathetically based critical thinking, community practices, and inclusive and pluralistic values. From this ground of experience, students naturally discover their personal expression of responsible service in the world.
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