Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Our program meets the growing demand for mental health counselors who work in a variety of settings, including counseling centers, hospitals, non-profits and private practices.
Finish in as little as 2 years
Start this fall - apply by August 23
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The program is designed to meet the highest standards of the national counseling accreditation councils and the Massachusetts licensing board for Licensed Mental Health Counselors. See how our program meets the state licensing requirements.
Highly competitive programs, these fellowship positions build and enhance professional qualifications through in-depth field experience while defraying tuition costs. In addition, a stipend is provided. Students apply once they have been admitted into the graduate program.
About our Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health
Whether you’re looking to change careers or are transitioning directly from an undergraduate program, you’ll find the graduate preparation you need to become a skilled mental health counselor. You will acquire the skills, insights, and hands-on experience needed to successfully work with clients facing addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, and other mental health challenges.
Our M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is informed by the ideals of social justice. Our graduates are trained to empower their clients using a strength-based, relational model that is trauma-informed. Through interactive coursework, you will study a range of counseling and research methods, and develop clinical skills for accessing and improving overall mental health and well being.
This graduate program provides you with the opportunity to positively impact people’s lives. The need for professionals in this area has never been greater. An increasing population, coupled with greater demand for mental health care, is fueling the need for qualified mental health counselors.
For more information on the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, contact the Office of Graduate Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-837-3563.