The Counseling programs offered at The George Washington University in Washington, DC, promote excellence in the training of master’s and doctoral students through clinical supervision. By developing clinical, management and leadership skills, students develop expertise in counseling competencies—including interviewing skills, clinical and career assessment, treatment planning, and mastery of theories and practice.

The unique degrees available prepare students to provide personalized support services and guidance across diverse populations and a variety of settings though reflective practice, innovative inquiry, and responsible social action.

Explore the unique mix of research and practical application offered through GW's CACREP-accredited Counseling programs.