Whether you’re treating mental and emotional disorders such as depression, trauma, or or substance use, helping an individual or family adjust to life after a divorce, or developing strategies to help patients cope with an uncertain future, one thing will remain the same: as a Mental Health Counselor, you will serve as a positive force in the lives of those in need.
The MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Bay Path University is an exciting and accelerated program that provides students with comprehensive education and training in the field of mental health counseling. As a student in our program, you will learn about state-of-the-art theories and models of mental health challenges, and you will develop advanced, cutting-edge counseling skills and techniques.
OUR ms in clinical mental health counseling PROGRAM:
• Prepares graduates for the opportunity to sit for the licensing examination and apply for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) for the state of Massachusetts, and parallel licenses, such as the LPC in Connecticut and other states
Dr. Mark Benander, Dr. Kristina Hallett and Kristin Sunanta Walker (Mental Health News Radio) discuss coming from the clinical world of mental health into the academic world. We have a shortage of mental health counselors and that must change especially as suicide rates are higher than ever. People are in need of professionals and educators in mental health in our increasingly stressful and disconnected society. Listen to the podcast here.