Why an M.A. in Counselling Psychology?

The M.A. Counselling Psychology program provides a quality learning experience for those seeking employment in counselling and related fields.

Why an M.A. in Counselling Psychology?

The M.A. Counselling Psychology program provides a quality learning experience for those seeking employment in counselling and related fields.

Graduates are well prepared to pursue doctoral studies in counselling or clinical psychology and to work professionally in a variety of settings.

It is fully accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counsellor Education Programs CACEP

With a wide range of counselling approaches and research interests, faculty are distinguished by recognized scholarship and clinical expertise. Full-time faculty have earned doctorates in Counselling Psychology or a related field. They are licensed psychologists or therapists, who are active in research, publication, and professional advocacy.

Degrees

Master of Arts (MA)
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Finances

Our graduate programs offer a variety of scholarships, grants, awards, and/or assistantships that provide financial assistance for students registered in full-time graduate studies.

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Admission Requirements

Are you ready to advance your professional or academic career with a graduate degree? Find out what you need to join an innovative community committed to making a positive difference in the world for Christ.

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Fraser River Counselling Centre

TWU Counselling Psychology students provide a broad range of counselling services to the community. While under the supervision of professional counsellors and faculty, students see clients from all walks of life.

Events

MBA Orienation

Graduate Studies Orientation Part 1

Graduate Studies Orientation Part 2

THESIS DEFENCE

MA Ling Orientation

Langley

Faculty Profiles

Derrick Klaassen, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Research Co-Coordinator

Janelle Kwee, Psy.D.

2017-Present: Program Director, M.A. Counselling Psychology
Associate Professor, Clinical Supervisor

Deepak Mathew, Ph.D., CCC

Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology

Marvin McDonald, Ph.D.

Associate Professor