Students who study graduate art therapy/counseling at Springfield College will complete a 100-hour practicum worth three credits. Students also will complete a six-credit internship to earn their degree. This internship allows students to put their classroom knowledge to work in the field.


In a recent survey of 2015-16 graduates, 100 percent of students in the art therapy/counseling program who responded reported being employed. A sampling of their employers and job titles is below.

Company Name Job Title Location
Armed Forces Services Corporation Exceptional Family Member Program Liaison Honolulu, Hawaii
Child and Family Services Staff Clinician New Bedford, Mass.
Community Care Network Rutland Mental Health Services School-based Clinician Rutland, Vt.
Intercultural Family Services, Inc. Family Therapist Philadelphia, Pa.
Lahey Health Behavioral Services In-home Therapy Clinician Haverhill, Mass.
Wheeler Health and Wellness Center Adult Outpatient Mental Health Clinician New Britain, Conn.


Studying Art Therapy/Counseling (Master's Degree) At Springfield College