Resources & Forms
The resources page of the master's in counseling program website provides you with a variety of helpful links and information on both Messiah College facilities (below) and also professional counseling web resources (links at left).
Messiah Campus Facilities
Library Resources: As a graduate student, you will have access to the extensive facility and online resources of Messiah's Murray Library. In our current electronic holdings, we have access to several databases that support graduate level work: PsycInfo, PsycArticles, SocIndex and ERIC. We also have subscriptions to PsycBooks and PsychCritiques. In addition, we have agreements with ACLCP (Association of College Libraries of Central Pennsylvania), EZ-Borrow (interlibrary loan with PA libraries) and access to WorldCat, a database of library materials owned by libraries all over the world. Liz Kielley, the library liason for the counseling program, has many helpful links on her homepage.
Training Facilities: During your on-campus one-week intensive experience as a graduate student, you will benefit from Messiah College's state-of-the-art digital counseling rooms, complete with equipment and interview rooms which allow taping of both individual and group practice counseling sessions.
Counseling Program Student Handbook: The Counseling Program Student Handbook serves as a guide for students in the Graduate Program in Counseling at Messiah College. It contains helpful information about the program, academics, online education, governance and other college policies.
US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011 Edition - Counselors The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The Handbook is revised every two years.
PA Occupational Outlook Handbook - Counselors - Projections for 2014
The Pennsylvania Occupational Outlook Handbook is produced by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Center for Workforce Information and Analysis, to assist youth and adults in making career decisions. It contains detailed occupational information for over 230 occupations, covering the majority of jobs in Pennsylvania.