The master’s program in clinical mental health counseling consists of content areas in counseling including coursework in foundations of counseling, theory and techniques, appraisal, human development, research methodology, and group counseling. Additional coursework in four clinical areas is required for licensure as a professional counselor. All students must complete a supervised practicum and internship experience. Upon successful completion of the academic requirements in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, the Counselor Education program will formally endorse the student for the Professional Counselor (PC) license and/or employment appropriate to the clinical mental health counseling program.
201 McCracken Hall
Athens OH, US
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Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Locations and Delivery Types
Athens and Chillicothe campuses
Program ContactDr. Tamarine Foreman
Accredited Under Standards
- Graduates of this program are considered CACREP graduates beginning July 13, 2009
- Accreditation Start Date: January 13, 2011
- Accreditation Expiration: October 31, 2025
- Accreditation Status: Accredited
The program was found to meet all standards in a satisfactory manner.
The Community Counseling program was initially accredited in September 1986 and has maintained its accreditation. It became a Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in January 2011.