If you already have a bachelors or masters degree and want to take the next step in your career you can earn an online certificate at Prescott College.
Prescott College now offers students the opportunity to earn the Arizona Teaching Intern Certificate. The Arizona Teaching Intern Certificate enables individuals with a bachelor's degree or higher to teach full-time while completing the requirements for an Arizona provisional teaching certificate. This certificate will enable you to enter into a teaching contract with a school district while completing training at Prescott College so you can receive full teaching salary and benefits while earning your degree.More Information Apply Now
Expressive Art Therapy blends a passion for art with the skills of counseling. The program follows the educational guidelines of the American Art Therapy Association and the International Expressive Art Therapy Association for becoming a registered expressive art therapist, and the requirements for licensure with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. Students seeking licensure in other states must make sure that their degree program covers the necessary requirements of the licensing board in their state.More Information Apply Now
Students who have already earned a master’s degree from a regionally-accredited post-secondary institution and who are seeking Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification, become eligible for a Prescott College Institutional Recommendation (IR) leading to Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification upon successful completion of at least 32 designated certification semester credits in School Guidance Counseling course work.More Information Apply Now
Prescott College’s pioneering Equine-Assisted Mental Health certification program is a unique opportunity for students pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Counseling to study the rapidly evolving field of partnering with equines in mental health therapy. Interdisciplinary and comprehensive, the certificate program provides a breadth of resources, perspectives and faculty support that allows you to discover ways of partnering with horses in the field of mental health that suit you and the populations you want to work with.More Information Apply Now
Expressive Art Therapy blends a passion for art with the skills of counseling. The program meets the educational standards of the American Art Therapy Association (www.aata.org) and the International Expressive Art Therapy Association (www.ieata.org) for becoming a registered expressive art therapist, and the requirements for licensure with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. Students seeking licensure in other states must make sure that their degree program covers the necessary requirements of the licensing board in their state.
If you're interested in wilderness, adventure, horticulture, or nature and its effects on mental health, the online counseling program is designed for you to learn the skills and sensitivities needed to counsel clients. If you are passionate about ecopsychological health and environmental design - you will find your community of like-minded peers and mentors here.
Students who have already attained a graduate degree in a field of mental health practice may apply to join the program and work toward a certificate in Ecotherapy.More Information Apply Now
If you already hold a graduate degree in a field of mental health and would like to pursue additional training in adventure-based psychotherapy you can earn a post-masters certificate through this online program.
The Prescott College Adventure-Based Psychotherapy certificate is designed for self-directed learners with some background in either mental health or outdoor/ experiential education who wish to specialize in adventure-based intervention. The 15-credit hour certificate is in addition to the 60-credit hours required for the master of science.More Information Apply Now