Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
Counseling is a program that blends the important concepts of rehabilitation and mental health counseling into a strong, cohesive training for clinical and professional counselors. Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counselors are uniquely qualified to work with individuals with disabilities, particularly those who are experiencing psychiatric disabilities or other mental and behavioral health concerns.
Learn more about the structure of the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program, the many employment opportunities for counselors, and how our graduates are eligible for several national certifications and state licensure.
Review the admission requirements needed to apply to the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program and its required 600-hour internship.
The 5-term Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program curriculum requires students to complete a 100-hour practicum during the first year and 600-hour internship in a professional clinical rehabilitation or mental health counseling setting during the second year. The program provides coursework in advanced counseling skills techniques, case conceptualization and treatment planning, assessment and diagnosis, and evidence-based paractice.
View a list of student resources available for current Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling students, including the program manual, grant applications, a community resource guide, and other important links.
Our counseling program provides a high rate of employment. Learn more about our program outcomes here.
This program prepares students to practice the profession of rehabilitation and mental health counseling and is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) through October 2023.