Clinical Mental Health Counseling
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At a Glance
Practicums & Internships
An education focused on clinical mental health counseling provides learning opportunities to help develop industry-relevant counseling skills. The Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Post University explores the interactions of human systems in a variety of ways, including individual, interpersonal, group, family, organizational, community, and societal. While classes and lectures are 100% online, in-person practicums and internships provide experiential opportunities to put classroom learnings into practice. Your graduate degree program covers how to:
The Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling provides the opportunity to prepare for relevant opportunities in the industry. While it is not designed to fulfill licensure requirements in an individual state, the program may be used to partially fulfill those requirements.
Post University assists in researching and providing information regarding licensure; however, each state has different requirements for such licensure outside of the required education. Such state requirements may include licensure exams, background checks, certain work experience, and more. It is ultimately the responsibility of each student to manage their own licensure process and to ensure that all requirements are met in order for the student to obtain licensure. Post University does not speak on behalf of any licensing board or body and does not guarantee licensure. Requirements for licensure are subject to change without notice.
The tables at the following links show whether Post University, with completion of the appropriate curriculum, does or does not fulfill the educational requirements for a specific license:
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Counseling is part of the allied mental health professions; professionals in these areas provide a variety of services to persons experiencing transitional challenges, life stressors, mental health disorders, career concerns, and substance abuse issues. The MSCMC offers students the opportunity to complete a 60-credit hour program that focuses on education, training, and development in this area.
– Teah L. Moore, PhD, LPCC-S, LPC, CPCS
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