The Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) has consistently been ranked in the top 10 for the past 20+ years by the U.S. News and World Report.
The UNC Greensboro Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) has consistently been ranked as one of the top counseling and counselor education programs in the nation, ranking in the top 10 for over three decades. We provide an optimal learning experience for those aspiring to be professional counselors (master’s-level) and those preparing to teach and supervise counseling students (doctoral level). Our program emphasizes culturally responsive counseling services for individuals, families, groups, and couples across the lifespan, in a wide range of settings.
We offer hands-on experience each semester of the program within a supportive community focused on helping students achieve their professional goals.
Additionally, our cohort model creates a community based on shared experience, where students support and learn from each other.
NCA-STAR promotes health and wellness through training and outreach, service provision, and research.
Our mission is to provide accessible mental health services to the UNC Greensboro community and community at large while providing our counselor trainees a rich and meaningful training experience.
Recent News from CED
- Congratulations to Kervins Clement and Hannah Ward 2022 Smiley Award Recipients and SOE Global Education Ambassadors!The Smiley Award supports global educational opportunities for current undergraduate and graduate students in the […]
- U.S. News & World Report 2023 Ranking Recognizes UNCG SOE as Top Graduate School of EducationThe U.S. News & World Report released its 2023 ranking for Graduate Schools of Education […]
- Spirituality and Religion in Counseling | podcast conversations with CED faculty and alumniIn this engaging and lively conversation, CED alumni Dr. Craig Cashwell and Dr. J. Scott Young discuss how to address the diversity of opinions and practices related to spirituality/religion and the role of the counselor in bringing mindful engagement to the range of client presentations in relation to this topic.
Professional Development Opportunities
Our online clinical supervisor training program addresses all content required for supervisor credentials set by most state boards and for the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential.
In this 3-hour CEU module, Dr. Connie Jones describes the need for broaching cultural identities in counseling and supervision, as well as essential broaching skills.
The counselor preparation programs within the Department of Counseling and Educational Development are CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) accredited and offer excellent training through the Master’s and Doctoral Degrees.
Review our CACREP Annual Program Evaluation to learn about timely completion rates, licensure/certification exam pass rates, and job placement rates.
Location: Curry Building, Room 228
Mailing Address: 1109 Spring Garden St.
Greensboro, NC 27412