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Counseling Psychology Program Guide: Welcome

What is Counseling Psychology?

The Johnson & Wales University's Counseling Psychology program prepares students for careers as case/program workers and managers and aides who assist counselors in resolving clients’ personal, family, educational, mental health or work-related issues

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Industry Overview

The mental health counseling field is predicted to be among the fastest growing fields in the next 10 years, making the need for compassionate, personable and qualified counselors more important than ever. 

Counseling Psychology Bachelor's Degree Program at JWU Denver

Allison Kramer, Ph.D., LPC, CAC II

Allison Kramer, Ph.D., LPC, CAC II, Associate Professor, is the program lead for Counseling Psychology at the Johnson & Wales University Denver Campus. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addictions Counselor, and an Approved Domestic Violence Offender Treatment Provider in Colorado.