The Mental Health Counseling Program is designed to train potential counselors for
a variety of mental health settings. Each student must work closely with his or her
advisor in regards to the students program of study.
What You'll Do
- Develop a strong foundation of knowledge through engaging in their counseling core
- Gain strength-based and constructive feedback from faculty and supervisors in their
practicum and internship experiences.
- Be challenged to self-reflect on their professional development throughout the program.
- Have the opportunity to present with faculty at state and national professional conferences.
What You'll Study
- CP610 Counseling Orientation and Ethics
- CP 611 Developmental Theories
- CP616 Group Counseling
- CP645 Marriage and Family Counseling
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