Clinical Mental Health Graduate Program

CACREP ACCREDITED

Students in the Clinical Mental Health program are prepared for careers in community agencies such as mental health clinics, substance abuse facilities, and/or to work as developmental interventionalists and consultants in a wide variety of educational and non-educational settings.

Students in the Clinical Mental Health track will also be given strong preparation in clinical intervention, with specific focus on addressing the needs of urban youth and their families.

Clinical Mental Health Track

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COUN 5611 Principles of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

 3

COUN 5640 Counseling Theories and Ethics
3
COUN 5650 Microcounseling
3
COUN 5660 Advanced Lifespan Development and Counseling Applications
3
COUN 5670 Principles and Techniques of Group Counseling
3
COUN 5710 Multicultural Issues in Counseling
3
COUN 5720 Life-style and Career Development
3
COUN 5730 Techniques of Assessment and Diagnosis
3
COUN 5740 Treatment Interventions for Urban Youth and Families
3
COUN 5745 Counseling Across the Lifepspan

3

COUN 5750 Family Systems Counseling
3
COUN 5755 Treatment Planning and Advanced Counseling Applications

3

COUN 5790 Pre-Practicum Counseling Lab
3
COUN 5800 Research, Statistics and Program Evaluation
3
COUN 5810 Theories and Practice of Substance Abuse Counseling
3
COUN 5840 Advanced Psychopathology and Treatment Planning
3
COUN 5950 Practicum (100 hours field placement)
3
COUN 5991 Internship (900 hours field placement)
9
Required Credit Hours
60