In addition to our degree programs, the Department of Counseling Psychology offers a number of specialty sequences of elective courses. Below is information about current offerings.
Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate
Detailed information about this program is available at: https://www.lclark.edu/graduate/departments/counseling_psychology/ecopsychology/index.php
Eating Disorders Certificate
Credits: 8 semester hours
Program Start: Summer, fall, or spring
View program of study in current course catalog
Program Coordinators: Kirsten McAteer
Detailed information about this program is available at: https://graduate.lclark.edu/programs/continuing_education/certificates/eating_disorders/
Those participants holding a master’s degree or doctoral degree in nutrition, exercise physiology, health, behavioral science, or medicine may complete a practicum experience and apply for Certified Eating Disorders Specialist in Nutrition (CEDN) or Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CDES) certification from the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP).
Gambling Treatment Pre-Certification Education
Hours: 60 seat hours
Course I Start: Fall
Course II Start: Sprint
Program Coordinators: Rick Berman
The Gambling Counselor Pre-Certification is a series of two 30-hour courses that provide the educational requirements for the Certified Gambling Addictions Counselor (CGAC) credential in Oregon. NOTE: Certification with the CGAC I credential is a separate process handled through the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon—learn more here. Upcoming scheduled courses can be found on our list of Continuing Education courses and workshops here.