Counseling Psychology Master of Arts Program Alumni

Graduates of the Wright Institute's Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program become licensed as Marriage and Family Therapists and/or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors. Graduates provide counseling to individuals, couples, families, and children. In settings such as community agencies, schools, hospitals, jails, and in private practice, graduates work with diverse ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic populations to support resiliency, recovery, and social justice. They make important contributions to some of our most pressing social problems by aiding uninsured and underserved populations. Wright Institute graduates also fulfill their professional goals through teaching, writing, supervising, administration, and program leadership and evaluation.

  • The Wright Institute Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology programAlumni Profiles
    Wright Institute graduates provide counseling to individuals, couples, families, and children. In settings such as community agencies, schools, hospitals, jails, and in private practice, graduates work with diverse populations to support resiliency, recovery, and social justice. Read more »
  • The Wright Institute Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology programAlumni Post-Graduate Internships and Early Employment
    The following is a small selection of settings where Wright Institute alumni have been employed after graduation: Read more »