The counseling concentration prepares you to support and encourage the health and development of children, adults and families in a variety of workplace and ministry environments. You’ll examine, explore and critique psychological ideas, theories and applications from a Christian perspective. In addition, you’ll apply what you learn in the classroom to work, volunteer, internship and professional experiences throughout West Michigan.
At Cornerstone, our program is unique because:
- Faculty hold decades of experience in counseling, school-based practice and research.
- Students complete an original research project and APA research paper, with the opportunity to present at local, state and national conferences.
- Students from our program consistently score above the 90th percentile on the Major Field Assessment Test, a national standardized test of psychology majors in all different types of college and university settings.