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Antioch University New England  

A clinical mental health counselor focuses on helping people address the personal, familial, and social issues that interfere with their abilities to lead healthy and productive lives. Antioch New England’s practice-oriented program equips graduates for a variety of specialties in mental health counseling, including community agency work, substance abuse and addictions work, in-patient treatment, and college counseling. Students apply knowledge, develop professional identity, and fine-tune skills in supervised fieldwork which includes a one semester practicum and three semesters of internship experiences. Classes meet 1 day a week in the 62-credit program typically completed in 6 semesters.

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Institution Location

40 Avon Street
Keene NH, US
03431
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Specialty

Mental Health Counseling

Campus Locations

Online delivery (first accredited July 2015)

Program Degree

M.A.

Program Contact

Dr. Ali Corey
acorey@antioch.edu
  • Graduates of this program are considered CACREP graduates beginning January 16, 2008
  • Accreditation Start Date: July 16, 2009
  • Accreditation Expiration: July 13, 2019
  • Accreditation Status: Previously Accredited

Program History

The Mental Health Counseling program was initially accredited in July 2009 and has maintained its accreditation. It became a Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in July 2019.