The Master of Science in Counseling's clinical mental health counseling track is designed for students who want a broader curriculum in applied psychology with a goal of conducting evidence-based assessment and treatment of people with mental health concerns.
Courses in this 60-credit program will give you the knowledge and tools to conduct clinical interventions with diverse groups of clients of all ages. You will explore methods, techniques, and best practices for helping clients cope more effectively with psychiatric diagnoses and other psychosocial stressors. In addition, you’ll complete 700 hours of supervised practicum/internship experiences.
"Marian University’s mental health counseling program gives me hands-on experience, so I’m confident I’ll be well-prepared to help my clients when I graduate. The faculty and values-based curriculum are giving me the academic knowledge I need to grow personally and professionally—and to be successful in the mental health field."
Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to apply for Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) credentials in Indiana. As a LMHC, you can:
|Semester||Application Deadline||File Completion Deadline||Semester Start|
|Fall 2024||February 15, 2024||March 1, 2024||July XX, 2024|
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