Students who study graduate art therapy/counseling at Springfield College will complete a 100-hour practicum worth three credits. Students also will complete a 600-hour internship worth six credits to earn their degree. This internship allows students to put their classroom knowledge to work in the field.


In a recent survey of 2016-17 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
Behavioral Health Network, Inc. Clinician/Art Therapist Springfield, Mass.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital Psychiatric Counselor Northampton, Mass.
Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts Clinician Springfield, Mass.
Natchaug Hospital Children's Therapist Mansfield, Conn.


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