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The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is dedicated to the preparation of students to become knowledgeable and ethical counseling professionals for employment in a variety of health and human services settings. We endorse an integrated approach to counseling research and practice. We contribute to human development, adjustment and change by encouraging our diverse faculty and student body to engage in reflective practice, innovative inquiry and responsible social action.
The program in clinical mental health counseling is designed to prepare students to function as professional counselors in a variety of human service agencies, mental health agencies, and employee assistance programs.
Foggy Bottom Campus
54 Credit Hours
300 hours required for each internship
100 hours required for practicum
Sampling of Coursework:
Fall: January 15 (Priority deadline to be considered for tuition support) or March 1 (final deadline)
Spring: September 1
Summer: February 1
Semesters for Entry:
Fall, Spring, and Summer
Assitant Director of Admissions
|Dr. Sylvia Marotta
Professor of Counseling, Program Coordinator of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
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