As a Counseling@Northwestern student, you will receive a wide range of support services from the time you request information through graduation and beyond.
During the admissions process, a dedicated admissions counselor will provide information on the program, guide you through the application process, and answer any questions you may have.
Upon admission to the program, you will be assigned a student support adviser who will personally assist you throughout the program.
Once you enroll, our student support team will acclimate you to our online environment and provide technology assistance.
Before you begin your clinical field experience, our dedicated placement team will work with you to select field sites based on your location.
During weekly sessions with group supervisors, you will examine your emerging therapeutic skills and discuss your clinical field experiences in a small group setting.
As a student, you will have access to the same resources as on-campus students, including Northwestern’s library, student services, and career services.
Upon completion of the program, you will be invited to participate in the on-campus commencement ceremony on Northwestern’s campus near Chicago.
Once you graduate, you will become alumni of both Northwestern and The Family Institute, allowing you to foster lifelong connections with graduates from around the world.
Request more information about Counseling@Northwestern, or contact an admissions counselor at 1-844-684-6221.