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Attallah College of Educational Studies

» Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

The Attallah College of Educational Studies has two programs that allow students in School Counseling and School Psychology to meet the educational requirements to become a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC):

  • MA in Counseling with an emphasis in Professional Clinical Counseling
  • MA in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Professional Clinical Counseling

LPCC license holders can practice counseling and psychotherapy outside the schools in private practice or clinic settings. The license in professional clinical counseling is a master’s level license regulated by the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE), the same state agency that controls licensing for Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.


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Contact Us


Dr. Amy Jane Griffiths
Program Coordinator
(714) 744-7988
agriffit@chapman.edu

Hilary Anderson
Administrative Coordinator
(714) 744-2142
leath@chapman.edu

Information Sessions


To learn more about the Attallah College School Counseling, School Psychology, and LPCC graduate programs, please register for an Information Session.
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Student Spotlight


"Chapman’s School Psychology program sets itself apart from others by providing a supportive cohort model with professors that encourage lifelong learning. Applying this training both in and outside of the classroom has given me the confidence to work collaboratively with school-based teams and advocate for students and their families."

– Kylee Moore '18