Human Services and Counseling
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services
& Counseling is an interdisciplinary program comprised of
course work in psychology, sociology, counseling, and social work
in combination with broad-based general education courses. Each
course is taught by faculty with advanced degrees and experience in
the course content area. Practicum experiences will equip the
student with the skills to enter a variety of work settings.
Human Services & Counseling program is offered in a variety of
locations throughout Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia
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locate a campus near you.
The Human Services and Counseling Program is part of the School
of Professional Counseling at Lindsey Wilson College. The mission
of the Human Services and Counseling Program is to provide Lindsey
Wilson college students an academic and experiential foundation,
centered in the helping professions, distinguished by academic
excellence, hallmarked by an empathetic personal orientation and
demonstrated respect for humanity.
Why choose Human Services and Counseling?
The program is taught by a caring group of professionals with
diverse degrees and specializations including: case management,
community mental health counseling, acculturation, substance abuse,
intimate partner violence, play therapy, neurofeedback, career
guidance, and clinical supervision.