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What Can I Do with a Specialization in EHTP?

The EHTP Specialization is appropriate for individuals seeking a variety of career paths. Most EHTP faculty members are well-published, experienced professionals who serve as ideal mentors for students seeking to enhance their scholarly potential or the application of EHTP principles in practice. Saybrook students have applied their studies in diverse contexts, including:

• refugee and resettlement issues
• alternative family systems
• workplace psychology
• psychological services in police and crisis work
• sports psychology
• psychotherapy and the arts
• spiritual counseling
• grief and bereavement work
• trauma work

Many EHTP students are interested in teaching or advancing their professional writing. Other graduates may seek careers in:

• coaching
• consulting
• holistic, integrative, or mainstream health care systems
• business
• mental health advocacy