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Clinical Mental Health Counseling Track

thomasinaThe clinical mental health counseling track provides broad counseling preparation in areas such as neurological bases of disorders, addictions, marriage and family, child/adolescence, and individuals in crisis. Students completing this track are prepared and qualified to begin the process of acquiring their License for Mental Health Counseling (LMHC). Students interested in pre-doctoral counseling preparation may substitute the thesis option for two of the internship experiences and pursue doctoral studies in counseling or clinical psychology.

COURSE TRACKING

Year One: Fall Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU500 Counseling Skills and Techniques 3
COU520 Advanced Human Growth/Development 3
COU510 Professional Role of MH Counselors 3
COU530 Career and Lifestyle Counseling 3

Year One: Spring Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU533/COU532 Counseling Children and Adolescents/Marriage and Family Counseling 3
COU610 Theories/Models of Counseling 3
COU550 Psychopathology 3
COU560A Mental Health Counseling Practicum 3

Summer I – (6 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU640 Group Counseling 3
COU655 Ethical and Legal Issues 3

Year Two: Fall Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU605 Statistics and Research Methods 3
COU650 Applied Neuroscience 3
COU531 Addiction Counseling 3
COU660A Internship in Mental Health Counseling 3

Year Two: Spring Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU600 Assessment and Program Evaluation 3
COU630 Multicultural Counseling 3
 COU555  Psychopharmacology  3
COU660A Internship in Mental Health Counseling 3

Summer II – (6 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU635 Counseling and Spirituality 3
COU661 Advanced Internship in MH Counseling 3

TOTAL: 60 Hours

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