In this program, students will build psychology and pedagogical knowledge by exploring various forms of counseling theories including Carl Rogers' "Person-Centered Therapy" theory and Eric Berne's "Transactional Analysis", and counselling activities such as instructional counseling and group counseling. Also through consultation practice in the form of workshops, they will develop expertise with which they will cultivate professional counseling as teachers who can give psychological assistance to students regarding their personality issues and various kinds of behavioral problems, and promote healthy growth and development of elementary school students. Upon graduating, both a Master's of Education Degree and a Professional Counselor's Certificate (level 1) will be awarded.
- LocationHumanities & Social Sciences Building No.519
|No.||Name||Major||Areas of Interest|
|1||Hong, Jong-kwan||Counseling Psychology||Theory and Practice of Counseling / Family Counseling, Group Counseling / Counseling for Exceptional Childrenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Jeong, Jong-jin||Educational Psychology||Psychology of Personality / Psychological Testing, Counseling for Learningemail@example.com|
|3||Lee, Min-hye||Special Education||Children and Adolescent Development / Psychoogy of Learning, Counseling for Underachieverfirstname.lastname@example.org|