Pizza & Grad School
Exploring Grad School
Are you curious about grad school? Wondering, "Is this for me?" or "How do I know which degree to pursue?" or "Where do I get started?"
It can all start with a slice of pizza and a chat with us. We want to help you explore what degree can best fit your career goals, how to shop grad programs, and how to prepare yourself to stand out as an applicant.
- Bethany (Counseling), Cristina (MSW), Ty (PsyD)
Pizza & Grad School
Thursday, Feb. 21st, 7-8:30pm
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Counseling at GFU
GFU has the following Counseling degree programs: MA Clinical Mental Health (LPC); Marriage, Couple & Family (LPC+LMFT) ; School Counseling; and School Psychology. These programs vary from 2-4 years as part-time or full-time models. These degrees prepare students for Mental Health Counseling with a variety of populations and needs, Group and Play Therapy, Private Practice, Consultation in Schools, and Academic, Behavioral, Cognitive Assessments (career outcomes vary by degree).
Master of Social Work at GFU
Two year full-time grad program at the Portland Center, with an Advanced Standing track for those with a BSW. Concentrations in Direct Practice and Community practice with electives in substance abuse, play therapy, gerontology, non-profit leadership, &tc. This general practice degree prepares you to be a Medical Social Worker, Substance Abuse Counselor, Child Welfare Case Worker, School Social Worker, Clinical Mental Health Social Worker, &tc.
Doctor of Psychology at GFU
This 5-year full-time program is based on the Newberg campus. Students ear both their master's and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology. GFU is one of 5 schools in the nation to provide a Christian faith perspective with intensive clinical training and meaningful research. This degree prepares students with careers as psychologists in Crisis Intervention, Forensic Psychology, Psychodynamic Therapy, Neuropsychology, and Teaching/Research in Higher Education.