College of Education and Human Services
Careers

How a Degree from Seton Hall Can Advance Your Career
Graduates of the program acquire knowledge of the science of psychology and counseling psychology, integrate research and practice in their work, and are committed to making an ongoing contribution to the field of counseling psychology and pursing continued professional development. They are competent members of the professional psychological community, working in the following settings:

  • faculty positions in academe;
  • college/university counseling centers;
  • tenure track positions in academe;
  • hospitals, VA hospitals and other inpatient facilities;
  • clinic/non-community mental health center;
  • industry/business;
  • college/university administration;
  • consulting firms;
  • criminal justice;
  • military/government;
  • elementary and secondary schools;
  • rehabilitation centers;
  • independent practice;
  • private research organizations; and
  • private psychiatric hospitals.

Program Director:
Laura Palmer, Ph.D.

(973) 761-9449
palmerla@shu.edu

For program inquiries:
Brittney Fallucca, MS
Graduate Assistant
(973) 275-2196
brittney.fallucca@student.shu.edu

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