MS - Trauma, Addictions, & Recovery Concentration


  • East Falls Campus
  • College of Health Professions

Degree Earned

  • Master of Science

Program Length
2 years

Program Type

  • On Campus

Bachelor Degree 
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Program Leadership

Name: Jeanne Felter, PhD, LPC
Position: Chair, Department of Counseling & Behavioral Health

Program Leadership

Name: Kirby Wycoff, PsyD, EdM, MPH, NCSP
Position: Program Director


Name: Sheryl Cooley
Position: Administrative Assistant

The 66-credit MS degree in Community and Trauma Counseling PLUS Concentration in Trauma, Addictions and Recovery provides professionals with an advanced understanding of the potential impact of trauma on physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development and further provides training in identifying, diagnosing and treating co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. The program prepares graduates for state licensure and national certification in professional counseling (LPC/NCC), and the Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) credential.

Accreditation Status

Seeking CACREP (MS only).


Two formats are available to achieve your educational goals with your schedule: Weekdays and evenings/weekends. Students in the weekday format will be required to attend a small number of weekend classes.