Concordia University Chicago

The Clinical Mental Health Program is a 54 hour Masters of Art’s degree program designed to take students through introducing them to the counseling and field and turning them into an entry level clinician. Courses are offered on campus during the evenings and Saturdays. Traditional face to face, on-line and hybrid courses are offered by the faculty of Concordia exposing students to not only the knowledge about the field but a real world practical education as the majority of our faculty are also counselors. Students experience counseling experiences during practicum in our state-of-the-art counseling center located on the Concordia University Campus with faculty assisting them as they learn basic and advanced skills. Please note – this program is currently accredited as a Community Counseling program.


Institution Location

Counselor Education
7400 Augusta Street
River Forest IL, US
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Community Counseling

Program Degree


Program Contact

Dr. Daniel Bishop
  • Graduates of this program are considered CACREP graduates beginning September 1, 1999
  • Accreditation Start Date: March 1, 2001
  • Accreditation Expiration: October 31, 2013
  • Accreditation Status: Previously Accredited

Program History

The Community Counseling program was initially accredited in March 2001 and has maintained its accreditation. It became a Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in July 2013.