Geneva College

 

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Master of Arts in Counseling Programs is to educate and train students to develop knowledge, skills, and personal awareness necessary for them to function as professional counselors. The Marriage and Family, Mental Health, and School Counseling Programs serve students from both local and wide geographic areas who wish to integrate an understanding of Christian faith with professional counseling of diverse counselees in a variety of religious and secular settings. The programs are based on a holistic biological, psychological, social and spiritual understanding of human development. In addition to general counseling proficiency, students specifically are trained to become marriage and family, mental health, or school counselors.

  1. The mission of the Marriage and Family Counseling Program is to train students in the knowledge, skills, and professional understanding of couples and family counseling.
  2. The mission of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program is to train entry-level counselors capable of functioning competently and effectively in mental health delivery environments wherein they work from an overall developmental/wellness model utilizing a biopsychosocial framework that employs diagnostically informed intervention strategies.
  3. The mission of the School Counseling Program is to prepare school counselors capable of supporting students and their development, and the work of the other professionals in educational systems through (1) excellence in knowledge and practice, (2) integrity through adherence to codes and standards for ethical practice, (3) management of their own professional development, and (4) competent school counseling and educational practice.

 

Point of Excellence

Through the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, Geneva offers the 3&3 Program enabling students to complete a B.S. and a M.Div. in only six years.

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Upcoming Events
SERVICE
Service opportunities in Beaver Falls
Students can work with Tiger Pause and the Dare2XL programs.
CURRENT STUDENTS
Branches on campus
The Christian indie/folk band is kicking off the Three Past Three program on October 23.
COMMUNITY
Living in Color: Steppin’ Up—Moving from Theory to Action
The conference, which focuses on getting involved in multicultural issues, will be held Nov. 7-8.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
MBA program to host Open House
An information session that includes a complementary dinner will be held at the Cranberry Regional Learning Alliance on Tue., Oct. 28.
VISIT EVENTS
Business Day is November 8
Activities for those interested in business majors include simulations and networking with current students, faculty and local business leaders.