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Graduate School of Psychology

Continuing Education Courses

Continuing Education Courses for Licensure (LPC/LPCC)

Professional Counselor and Professional Clinical Counselor licensees in Minnesota needing to complete graduate-level coursework for the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) can meet this requirement by enrolling in a wide array of courses we offer all year round.

Advantages for a licensee taking one or more of these courses from the University of St. Thomas include:

  • Convenient and flexible schedule with evening and weekend classes
  • Instruction by core and adjunct faculty who practice in the field of mental health
  • Connected to a strong network of diverse students, faculty, and alumni

Available Courses

  • CPSY 605: Theories of Career Development (only for non-GSPP graduates)
  • CPSY 612: Human Growth and Development (only for non-GSPP graduates)
  • CPSY 620: Foundations of Substance Use and Addictions
  • CPSY 621: Neurobiology of Substance Use and Addictions
  • CPSY 622: Assessment and Differential Diagnosis of Co-Occurring Disorders
  • CPSY 623: Fundamentals of Addiction Treatment Planning and Case Management
  • CPSY 624: Co-Occurring Disorders and Evidence-Based Treatment Approaches
  • CPSY 633: Developmental Psychopathology and Treatment
  • CPSY 651: Marriage and Family Development
  • CPSY 652: Marriage Counseling
  • CPSY 653: Family Counseling I
  • CPSY 654: Family Counseling II
  • CPSY 690: Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • CPSY 690: Trauma and Counseling: Recognition and Intervention (TOPICS)
  • CPSY 690: Human Sexuality: Considerations in Counseling (TOPICS)
  • CPSY 692: Mindfulness in Counseling (TOPICS)

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Why St. Thomas?

Students enrolled in our continuing education courses enjoy many of the same benefits of being part of the St. Thomas community as our degree-seeking students.

Faculty Advisors

Our faculty are practitioners who go out of their way to get to know you and connect you with to a strong network of diverse students, faculty and alumni.

Get Involved

Enhance your student experience in groups for counseling psychology students, like the Graduate Student Organization and the Students of Color, Multiracial and Indigenous Students (SOCMI) group.