- What is Counseling?
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Psychiatric Consultations
- Privacy Practices
- Psychology Internship
- Psychology Doctoral Practicum
- Master's Counseling Practicum
- Clinical GSA Practicum
Career Resource Index
The following resources can be helpful in the career decision-making process. They are not intended to take the place of professional career counseling assistance but can serve as an aid in the career counseling process.
UND Career Services Link to UND Career Services Home Page.
UND Majors On-line access to UND academic catalog and fields of study.
UND Essential Studies On-line access to Essential Studies requirements and forms.
Explore Schools and Educational Opportunities The Princeton Review Career site has a career exploration page that allows you to do self-assessment activities, look up over 200 occupational profiles, and utilize resources to help you explore college majors.
Career Information Search information by career name or by industry. Also review hiring demands for different careers at CareerJournal from the Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. Department of Labor Statistics compiles this extensive guide to careers, which contains job profiles, training and education requirements, salary potential, and job outlook for the future.
Learn about occupations and job options on this searchable, easy to use website. Describes types of tasks performed or what skills and abilities may be required in certain occupations.
The NCDA website provides Internet resources. At this site, click on Internet Resources and then click on Internet Sites for Career Planning. Links are categorized according to topics such as: Self-Assessment, Career Development Process, Occupational Information and more.
Use this website to search for information on careers, majors, colleges, and career assessments. Watch videos on specific careers and communicate on-line with other college students and professionals seeking career/college information.
Explore careers by geographical area. Search for occupational information to find out what jobs are projected to be the fastest growing, have the most openings, and the highest income potential. Browse the large database of informative career videos. Search educational opportunities by institutional program (major), occupation, or institution name with links to university and college websites.