I invite you to consider studying at Cambridge College's School of Psychology & Counseling. The School of Psychology & Counseling is a broadly based and inclusive school offering graduate level professional training for practicing clinicians, counseling professionals in the schools, and other human service workers who need an in-depth knowledge of psychology and counseling.
The School of Psychology & Counseling serves working professionals who are returning to higher education with much to teach as well as to learn. Our faculty provides an adult education process that empowers adult students to bring their own personal and professional life experiences into the classroom. Our students are both learners and teachers. In our classrooms, adults who are wise, experienced and educated, together with those who may have been denied education by circumstance, enjoy the opportunity of counselor training that is rooted in the realities of contemporary life, recognizing that there are converging forces and influences which impact individuals, groups, and communities. The school puts strong emphasis on student-centered curriculum, peer learning, and the linkage between theory and practice. This educational model supports adults in remaining lifelong learners.
Dr. Niti Seth, Ed.D.
Dean, School of Psychology & Counseling
Dr. Niti Seth, Ed.D., the Dean of the School of Psychology and Counseling, brings extensive professional experience to Cambridge College.
She earned a master's (1985) and a doctoral degree (1988) in counseling and consulting psychology from Harvard University. A licensed psychologist in Massachusetts, she joined Cambridge College in 1988 and is now a professor of counseling psychology on the core faculty.
Her current, ongoing professional work includes:
Director of graduate and undergraduate programs in psychology and counseling, Cambridge College.
Teaches graduate courses at Cambridge College in marital and family therapy, cross-cultural counseling, women in the family, couples therapy, and psychoanalytic techniques.
Staff psychologist at Harvard University health Services.
Community consultant to rural women's groups in Gujarat, India.
Private practice in individual and couples therapy in Belmont, Massachusetts.
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