This program is designed to prepare a next generation of Chinese counselors and psychotherapists. It is rigorous, rooted in Chinese culture, informed by best training practices, and taught by a world-class faculty 本项目旨在培养下一代中国的心理咨询师与心理治疗师,具有严格的标准,植根于中国文化,以最佳培训实践为指导,且由世界级教师授课。

Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychotherapy / 心理咨询与治疗硕士学位

Graduates come away from the rigorous curriculum of this program adept at providing culturally responsive mental health counseling and consultation through supervised clinical experiences tailored to their career goals. 毕业生完成了严格的课程学习后,项目会根据其职业生涯目标量身为其定制临床督导。在这样的训练系统下,受训者将有能力为来访者提供具有文化响应性的心理咨询服务

Counseling and Psychotherapy             心理咨询与治疗

The Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychotherapy (MCPt) is designed to prepare a next generation of Chinese counselors and psychotherapists. It takes advantage of a unique collaboration between the Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute and the University of Redlands to offer a rigorous program that is rooted in Chinese culture, informed by best training practices, and taught by a world-class faculty.

Most of the program (27 credit hours) is completed in China. Students will come to the main University of Redlands campus for the final term of the program to complete a residency in which they will complete the final 13 credit hours. During that term, students will have opportunities to interact with mental health professionals in Southern California as well as students and faculty in the Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling programs.

Graduates are eligible, once they obtain additional experience, to apply for certification by the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Registration System of the Chinese Psychological Society.

Students meet for some classes in Wuhan for an intensive week or weekend (and then the final term is spent in Redlands).  Otherwise, the classes are offered online.  As a result, the program draws nationally from across China, as this map illustrates.

It is important to note that this program is designed specifically for students who live in China and speak Mandarin. Other students who are interested in preparing for a mental health career are encouraged to consider the School’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program.

心理咨询与治疗硕士学位 (MCPt)由雷德兰兹大学(University of Redlands)与湖北东方明见心理健康研究所合作,旨在培养下一代中国的心理咨询师和心理治疗师。本项目植根于中国文化,以最佳培训实践为依托,且由世界级教师授课。

本项目的大部分课程(27个学分)在中国完成。在中国的学分修完后,学生将赴位于美国加州的雷德兰兹大学主校区,完成最后一个学期(共13个学分)的课程。 在此期间,学生在修课之余,还将有机会与南加州的心理健康专业人员以及雷德兰兹大学临床心理咨询与学校心理咨询项目的教授和学生进行互动与交流。

本项目毕业生将有资格申请中国心理学会临床与咨询心理学专业机构和专业人员注册系统的认证。

学生会在武汉对一些课程进行一个星期或一个周末的集中学习(最后一个学期在雷德兰兹度过)。否则,学生将接受在线课程的学习。所以,该项目吸引了来自中国全国各地的学生,如这张地图所示

注意事项:本项目是专门为居住在中国且会讲普通话的学生量身打造的。鼓励其他有兴趣从事心理健康事业的学生考虑雷德兰兹大学教育学院的的临床心理咨询项目

Admission Requirements 入学条件

Admission to this program requires that a student first be admitted to the Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute (OI) counseling and psychotherapy certificate program (http://www.dfmjxl.cn/Read/detail/id/176.html). For more information about that program contact OI (16487208@qq.com)

Once OI has confirmed admission to the certificate program, students wishing to apply to the University of Redlands masters program then have two options: 

Option 1: Students can defer application to the University for one semester while they take courses and prepare their application.   If they are to continue, they will need to complete their application to the University within five months of taking their first classes.

Students choosing this option should complete this form and send it to Kristin Grammer (Kristin_grammer@redlands.edu).  They would begin taking their first two courses then as non-matriculating students

Option 2:  Students can immediately apply for admission to the University.  Please note that although the faculty review applications very quickly once those applications are completed, it can take a while to get all the necessary paperwork submitted.

To make their application to the program, students should go to this web portal:  https://gpe.redlands.edu/apply/

Admissions requirements for this program are:

1. Evidence of a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution or the Chinese equivalent

2. Evidence of a 2.3 undergraduate GPA or an approved petition. The GPA is to be provided by one of two services:

a. International Education Research Foundation (IERF) [detailed report]

b. World Education Services: International Credential Evaluation (WES) [must include course-by-course evaluation]

3. One of the following:

a. a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 550 (or 213 for the computer-based test or 80 for the Internet-based test)

b. an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of at least 6.5

c. a Duolingo English Test score of at least 95

Note. The program faculty strongly recommend that applicants to this program use the Duolingo testing option

4. One official transcript issued by the Registrar of each institution attended, sent directly to the Office of Graduate and Professional Enrollment

5. Personal Statement:  Essay of 500 words describing personal experience and interests in the field

被本项目录取的前提是学生需要首先被湖北东方明见心理健康研究所的“学院π”临床与咨询心理学硕士水平培训项目(http://www.dfmjxl.cn/Read/detail/id/176.html)录取。更多关于东方明见“学院π”项目信息,请联系(16487208@qq.com)。

学生一旦被东方明见“学院π”项目录取后,有意愿申请美国雷德兰兹大学硕士学位的学生有以下两个选择:

选项1:学生可以推迟一个学期向雷德兰兹大学提出申请,在东方明见修课的同时准备申请文书。学生应在东方明见第一节课开课后的5个月内向雷德兰兹大学提出申请。

选择该选项的学生应填写此表格并将其发送给 Kristin Grammer (Kristin_grammer@redlands.edu)。这些学生将以未注册的准学生身份开始他们的前两门课程。

选项2:学生可以立即向雷德兰兹大学提出申请。需要注意的是,尽管我们会尽快审核您的申请材料,但您可能需要一段时间才能收到我们的书面回复。

请访问该网站提交您的申请:https://gpe.redlands.edu/apply/

本项目的入学要求为:

1. 持有地区认可机构颁发的学士学位证明或具有同等学历

2. 本科GPA2.3的证明或经批准的申请。GPA将由以下任意一机构所提供:

a. 国际教育研究基金会(IERF)[详细报告]

b. 世界教育服务:国际文凭评估(WES)[必须包括每门课程的评估]

3. 英语要求达到下列之一:

a.  托福成绩550分以上(或机考成绩213分,或网考成绩80分)

b. 国际英语语言测试系统(雅思)6.5分以上

c. 多邻国英语考试成绩95分以上

注意事项:强烈建议申请人使用多邻国英语测试成绩申请本项目。

4.  一份由就读院校的教务处签发的正式成绩单,直接寄往研究生和专业招生办公室

5. 个人陈述:500字的短文,描述个人在该领域的经历和兴趣

Program Overview 项目概述

The MCPt is a unique, 40 credit hour program that is offered with the support of the Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute in Wuhan, China.  Most (27 credit hours) of the program is offered in China and taught in the Mandarin language.  During their final term, students come Redlands for the residential portion of their program.

The program is accredited by the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Registration System (CCPRS) of the Chinese Psychological Society.  It has features that would qualify it as among the very best counseling masters programs in China. For example:

Student are trained by faculty who are recognized nationally and internationally for their scholarship and professional leadership. This includes both main-campus University of Redlands faculty (see the Departmental webpage) as well as some of the best-known psychologists in China.  This latter is made possible by the participation of tenured faculty from some of the most prestigious universities in China who each to teach at least one course in the program.  This includes, for example, Professors  Guangrong Jiang (Central China University);  Mingyi Qian (Peking University); Jianping Wang (Beijing Normal University); and Fumin Fan (Tsinghua University).

Students develop their counseling skills under careful supervision at rigorous, high quality training sites, most of which are accredited by CCPRS

The curriculum is informed by competency-based principles and educational best practices, developed by program faculty who have been active in helping the profession develop those practices.

During their residency on the University of Redlands campus, students have the opportunity to visit counseling centers and mental health agencies in Southern California to discuss similarities and differences between mental health services in the U.S. and China and to engage in dialogue with on-campus students.   During that term, they also will take a one-unit capstone course (CMHC 674), Advanced Seminar in Counseling and Psychotherapy in which they will review and integrate material they have covered in the program.

心理咨询与治疗硕士学位 (MCPt)是一个由我校与湖北东方明见心理健康研究所(中国武汉)合作的一个共40学分的特色项目。本项目的大部分(27学分)学分在中国完成,并以普通话授课。 在最后一学期,学生将会来到雷德兰兹大学(美国加州)完成项目最后一个学期的课程。

本项目是中国顶级的心理咨询学硕士项目之一,并获得中国心理学会临床与咨询心理学专业机构和专业人员注册系统(CCPRS)的认证。

本项目由学术造诣和专业领导力在海内外均享有广泛声誉的名师团队对学生进行培训,其中包括来自雷德兰兹大学主校区的教授(请见网页)以及诸位中国最知名的心理学家(教授)。这些来自中国最负盛名大学的心理学家(教授)每人会在本项目中教授至少一门课程,包括江光荣教授(华中师范大学),钱铭怡教授(北京大学),王建平教授(北京师范大学),和樊富珉教授(清华大学);

本项目提供高质量的培训基地,大部分的培训基地获得CCPRS认证。学生的心理咨询技术将在量身定制的督导下得到发展与提高;

本项目课程是由在临床心理学领域做出过杰出贡献的项目教授基于能力原则和最好的教育实践而设计出来的。

在雷德兰兹大学校园居住期间,学生将有机会访问南加州地区的心理咨询中心和心理健康机构,通过与校内其他学生的交流,讨论美国和中国心理健康服务的异同。在此期间,还将参加1个学分的的顶点课程(Capstone Course: CMHC 674)心理咨询和心理治疗高级研讨会,在这门课中学生将重温并整合在整个项目学习中所获得的知识和技能。

Program Learning Outcomes 项目学习成果

Students who graduate from this program will be able to:

Use appropriate and valid measures and processes to assess client functioning and develop treatment plans

Employ evidence-based individual, group, and family treatments effectively with clients

Utilize both self awareness and sensitivity to their interpersonal impacts when interacting with those whom they serve.

Employ legal, ethical, and professional standards of conduct in their work

Select, analyze, and apply research to inform their practice

Identify as a counselor in keeping with the established norms for the profession

Deliver culturally appropriate services that are responsive to the individual differences (including gender, race, culture, sexual orientation, disability status, age) in the people they serve

本项目的毕业生将能够:

使用适当且有效的措施及流程来评估来访者的情况并制定治疗计划;

为来访者采用有效的个人,团体和家庭循证治疗;

在与来访者互动时能充分调用自我意识以及对人际影响的敏感性;

在工作中能根据法律,伦理和专业的标准指导实践;

选择,分析并运用科研发现来指导他们的实践;

自我认同为一名心理咨询师且认同行业既定规范;

为来访者提供适应个体差异(包括性别、种族、文化、性取向、残疾状况、年龄)的心理咨询服务。

Coursework 课程

The first 27 units of this program are offered in China as either in-person classes in Wuhan or online courses.  The final 13 units (the five courses at the bottom of this list) will be taught in on the University of Redlands main campus during students’ final term in the program.

EDUC 601 The Counseling Process (3)

Students will develop a conceptual understanding of the helping process and learn basic counseling and interviewing skills. Practice in applying skills will take place through role-playing and videotape review.

CMHC 693 Advanced Counseling: Psych & Diagnostic Procedures (3)

An opportunity for advanced students to make an intensive study/analysis of selected counseling cases to enhance assessment competencies in case description, problem appraisal, assessment, diagnostic classification, intervention strategies, as well as case consultation and presentation skills.

EDUC 653 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (3

Introduces a variety of counseling theories used to conceptualize cases in both community and educational counseling environments, including K–12, community college, and university settings, with specific focus on utilizing individual and systemic theory-based techniques for diverse populations across the lifespan. 

Prerequisite: EDUC 601 with a minimum grade of at least 3.0.

CMHC 620 Counseling and Educational Assessment (3) 

Students develop skills in the selection, administration, and interpretation of standardized tests and other tools used to assess various cognitive, behavioral, and affective modalities. 

EDUC 680 Human Development Across the Lifespan (3)

This course is designed to explore historical and contemporary perspectives in typical and atypical human growth, development, and learning styles. Utilizing a systemic perspective, the course examines physical, emotional, mental, cultural, sexual, and moral development throughout the life-span. 

CMHC 615 Group Psychotherapy and Counseling (3) 

This course allows students to practice the application of psychotherapeutic and counseling techniques and interventions in a group setting. Using a developmental perspective to contextualize treatment approaches, students will be prepared to lead and facilitate a variety of different types of groups with diverse populations within various settings. 

CMHC 651    Practicum I: Counseling and Psychotherapy (1)

Students develop counseling competence as they work under supervision to provide direct service to clients in a program-approved field setting.  Particular emphasis will be given to developing students’ skills in assessment and case conceptualization, technical and relational skills, professional comportment, and ethical decision making.  

CMHC 636 Cross National Comparisons of Ethics and Laws for Psychotherapists (3)

This course addresses legal, ethical, and professional issues facing counselors and psychologists in China. Students develop skills in assessing the ethical implications of their work and in resolving ethical conflicts, learn the implications of key laws, and learn how to resolve conflicts between the law and ethics when they arise.

CMHC 640 Research and Evaluation (3)

This course provides a basic review of descriptive and inferential statistics and how these techniques are used with research methods appropriate for counseling. Students will become proficient in computer analysis of data sets, designing and evaluating research techniques, and having the skills to understand primary research in counseling literature. 

CMHC 652    Practicum II: Counseling and Psychotherapy (1)

Continues CMHC 651: Students develop counseling competence as they work under supervision to provide direct service to clients in a program-approved field setting.  Particular emphasis will be given to developing students’ skills in assessment and case conceptualization, technical and relational skills, professional comportment, and ethical decision making.  

CMHC 653    Practicum III: Counseling and Psychotherapy

Continues CMHC 652: Students develop counseling competence as they work under supervision to provide direct service to clients in a program-approved field setting.  Particular emphasis will be given to developing students’ skills in assessment and case conceptualization, technical and relational skills, professional comportment, and ethical decision making.  

CMHC 674    Advanced Seminar in Counseling and Psychotherapy (1)

This course employs a seminar format and a competency framework to facilitate students’ review and integration of what they have learned in their program.  They demonstrate their competencies in an experiential project that demonstrates essential competencies in response to a real-life problem.

CMHC 649    Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision (3)

This course addresses the fundamentals of clinical supervision.  It draws from theory, research, and accepted best practices to focus on supervisory relationships, multicultural issues, supervisee assessment, feedback, gatekeeping, the use of technology in supervision, and legal and ethical practices.

CMHC 630 Theory & Practice in Family Counseling (3

This course is designed for students to advance their theoretical integration and skills in family therapy. The purpose of this advanced practice seminar is to assist students in applying clinical family theories and techniques. Emphasis will be placed on students’ critical assessment of different applications of selected theories and techniques. 

CMHC 692 Crisis Intervention Counseling (3) 

This course focuses on expanding the development of counseling skills, with particular emphasis on the knowledge, skills, and awareness needed to work effectively with clients who are in crisis. This course will also place a high priority on each student’s ability to develop a greater sense of self-awareness and introspection. 

CMHC 610 Sociocultural Counseling and Intervention (3)

Exploration of similarities and differences that occur within and across cultures, and the conceptual intersection of cultural and social identities. Students explore their own cultural and personal attitudes, beliefs, and biases, which may influence cross-cultural interactions that impact the counseling relationship while developing their own theoretical approach as professional counselors. 

 

Featured Articles 推荐文章

Ferguson, L. & Ono, M. E. (December 12, 2019).  Aiming to change lives.  Bulldog Bulletinhttps://www.redlands.edu/bulldog-blog/2019/december-2019/aiming-to-change-lives/

Describes the experiences of Baohua Liu, a Chinese teacher who came to the University of Redlands as a student in its Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

文章讲述了一位来到雷德兰兹大学学习临床心理咨询专业的中国老师刘保华的故事。

Chen, Y., & Lin, X.  (2020).  A Survey on Chinese Counseling Hotline Services.  Psychotherapy Bulletin.  [Web article]. Retrieved from https://societyforpsychotherapy.org/a-survey-on-chinese-counseling-hotline-services.

Article co-authored by Department of Counseling and Human Services Faculty Fellow, Xiubin Lin.  Describes work done by our colleagues at Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute who worked with Central China Normal University faculty during the pandemic to develop what was likely the world’s largest mental health hotline.

这篇文章的作者之一是心理咨询与公共服务系的特聘教师林秀彬。文章讲述了我们的合作伙伴湖北东方明见心理健康研究所在新冠疫情之下是如何协助华中师范大学心理学院的同行们搭建了一个可能是全世界最大的心理健康服务热线的故事。

Duan, C., Falender, C., Goodyear, R., Qian, M., Jia, X., & Jiang, G. (2019). Telesupervision‐of‐supervision across national boundaries: United States and China. Journal of clinical psychology75(2), 302-312. Available here

Article co-authored by Department of Counseling and Human Services Professor Rod Goodyear and Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Guangrong Jiang.  It describes a supervision training program run by our partner institution, Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute that now has trained over 500 Chinese counselors and psychologists in competency-based clinical supervision.

这篇文章的两位合作作者为心理咨询与公共服务系的教授Rod Goodyear以及荣誉特聘教授江光荣。文章介绍了由我们的合作伙伴湖北东方明见心理健康研究所开展的一个督导培训项目,目前该项目已经为500多名中国的心理咨询师和心理学家提供了培训。

Duan, C., Hill, C., Jiang, G., Li, S., Duan, X., Li, F., ... & Du, M. (2020). Client views of counselor directives 导): A qualitative study in china. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 1-21. Available here.

Psychotherapy is inherently relational, and relationship behaviors are shaped by the culture in which they occur.  Therefore, clients in one country may respond very differently than those in another to the same intervention.  This study is one of several co-authored by Department of Counseling and Human Services Distinguished Faculty Fellow Guangrong Jiang that examines how Chinese clients respond to receiving directives, a common therapy intervention.

心理治疗的本质是关系性的,而关系性行为的产生是由其所处的文化所决定的。因此,一个国家的来访者对同一干预的反应可能与来自另一个国家的来访者截然不同。这项研究是心理咨询与公共服务系荣誉特聘教授江光荣的多项研究之一,该研究深入探讨了中国来访者对于接受咨询师的指导(一种常见的干预)是如何反应的。

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