The M.S. program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares students to enhance the growth and development of all clients, and to offer a broad range of services and interventions in wellness and advocacy.
This program in the Department of Counseling and Human Services has a unique and foundational commitment to social justice, culturally relevant skills skills, advocacy, and leadership. Graduates will be able to construct and implement comprehensive needs assessments, collaborative treatment plans, and case notes for diverse clients, and provide a pathway to develop systematic methods of clinical intervention. Regardless of specialty area, all professional counselors focus on wellness, development, prevention, and empowerment. This CACREP-accredited program meets academic requirements for the New York State license in clinical mental health counseling and credentialing as a Nationally Certified Counselor.
Our graduates are trained to provide individual and group counseling with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of roles and areas, including: