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However, the College does offer a Master of Science in Education and an Advanced Certificate in School Counseling through the Graduate Program in School Counseling. Successful completion of the counseling psychology courses prepares students for master’s level positions in professions promoting the optimal development of individuals, families, groups, and organizations. Helps players to understand self-esteem Boosters and Busters, the benefits of self-esteem, how to acknowledge their own strengths and how to take responsibility.

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