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Graduate Counseling

Counseling Department

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Email counseling@liberty.edu
Phone 434-592-4049
Fax 434-522-0477
Location 701 Thomas Road Campus
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Counseling Programs

The Graduate Counseling program, launched in 1981, is committed to providing quality professional training for healing human hurts from a perspective permeated by Christian faith. Our training in theory and practice of counseling is designed for those seeking career opportunities in mental health agencies, hospital programs, private practices, church-related counseling centers and other public facilities. The department's mission and purpose is extended to students who are not able to attend a more traditional residential program through technologies appropriate to distance learning.

Degree Programs

Master's Degrees

  • Professional Counseling (M.A.) - Residential & Online
  • Marriage & Family Therapy (M.A.) - Residential & Online
  • Human Services Counseling (M.A.) - Residential & Online
    • Addictions & Recovery - Residential & Online
    • Business - Residential & Online
    • Christian Ministries - Residential & Online
    • Criminal Justice - Online
    • Crisis Response & Trauma - Residential & Online
    • Executive Leadership - Residential & Online
    • Health & Wellness - Residential & Online
    • Life Coaching - Residential & Online
    • Marriage & Family - Residential & Online
    • Military Resilience - Online

Doctoral Degrees

  • Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Online
    • Professional Counseling
    • Pastoral Care and Counseling

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