Welcome to the
Michigan Counseling Association
Founded in 1963, the MCA has a long standing history of service to the profession including legislative advocacy, social change, and professional development. Over the years, we have chartered several divisions across the state of Michigan. We plan to continue membership growth, increase membership engagement, and service to the profession
MCA Featured member
For submission instructions, visit: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/mijoc/
The Editor of the MJC is Dr. Scott Branson. F or more information or questions, please contact him at JofCounseling@wayne.edu
Call for Proposals for MCA Symposium - 2019
Call for Proposal Reviewers for MCA Symposium - 2019
The Master of Arts in Counseling is a 60-69-credit hour, CACREP accredited, program offered on the main campus and at several off-campus sites through the School of Human Services. The counseling program provides comprehensive academic instruction and clinical experience for students who are interested in understanding and helping others in a counseling setting.
The curriculum focuses on key areas of the counseling profession such as ethics, counseling theory and techniques, multiculturalism, interpersonal skills, etc. The program has two tracks: clinical mental health counseling, and school counseling. The core curriculum includes a 100-hour practicum and a 600-hour internship for both tracks. The courses are taught from a Christian perspective.
The Master of Arts in Counseling program is designed to be completed by a cohort group that begins and ends. coursework together. This group format is intended to facilitate learning and provide support for all members of the group.
If you are looking to complete you MA-Counseling at a Christian University, check out Spring Arbor University