Clinical Mental Health Counseling
CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING (Post Master’s Certificate)
This Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC) is a 15-credit program designed to prepare counselors and other human service professionals for specialized areas of practice through the provision of advanced preparation and supervised experience. An applicant is required to have completed a master’s degree in counseling or a related field from a regionally accredited institution of higher education, submit a detailed resume or curriculum vitae, a statement of personal and career goals, graduate transcripts, and two letters of recommendation.
(Note: letters are not required for students currently enrolled in, or who have recently graduated from, the School of Education’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling or School Counseling master’s programs.)
CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING CERTIFICATE
|Post Master’s Certificate: Clinical Mental Health Counseling|
|Start Terms:||Fall & Spring|
|Application Deadline:||Spring 2020:
Priority Deadline Fall 2020:
Regular Deadline Fall 2020:
|Online application form|
|$80.00 application fee|
|A 2-page reflective essay on: Why you would like to become a Clinical Mental Health Counselor? What type of contribution would you like to make to the clinical mental health service provider community? What do you bring from your background and professional experiences that may support and/or constrain your becoming an effective Clinical Mental Health Counselor? Your experiences around human diversity and how they shape and reflect your values and goals as a counselor. What impact has volunteer, travel, and/or work had on your growth as someone interested in being a Clinical Mental Health Counselor?
|Two Letters of Recommendation:|
|Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended|
The plan of study requires a minimum of 15 graduate credits, selected in consultation with the student’s faculty adviser, to be completed within three years.
GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE
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