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Online Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Promote mental health, improve lives and advance social justice with a graduate degree from an accredited university.

Antioch University’s CACREP-accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program (offered in both an online and low-residency weekend model in Keene, NH) prepares you to help people address the personal, family, and social issues that interfere with their ability to lead healthy and productive lives. This experiential program, taught by leading practitioners, is a combination of online coursework, clinical intensives, and field experience in a clinical setting. With a clinical mental health counseling degree, you can channel your passion for people into a meaningful career as a counselor.

Antioch Provides an Experiential, Flexible, Affordable, and Accredited Education.

The MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Antioch provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to address the complexity of issues impacting the mental health of individuals and families and integrates the principles of social justice and diversity throughout all courses and clinical work. Students also have an option to specialize in Addictions Counseling, Trauma Counseling, or Trans-affirmative Therapy, or choose from a variety of electives.

 

Electives include:

  1. Creative Approaches to Trauma-informed Practice
  2. Trans-affirmative Clinical Practice
  3. Adventure-based Counseling
  4. Psychopharmacology
  5. Social Justice and Advocacy in Addiction Counseling
  6. Process Addictions
  7. Family Counseling Approaches to Addictions Treatment
  8. Integrative Approaches to Addictions Counseling
  9. Counseling Approaches to Trauma, Grief & Loss
  10. Trauma & Resiliency
  11. Human Sexuality
  12. Conservation Psychology

Career Growth

Employment of mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists is projected to grow 19%.

 

– Bureau of Labor Statistics (2014-2024)

This graduate degree meets the educational requirements for licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor or a Licensed Professional Counselor in most states.*
*Requirements vary, students are responsible for knowing these requirements and working with their advisor to meet them.

 

Mission of the CMHC Program

 

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program fosters the development of professional identity by encouraging an active, thorough, and continuing examination of the development of one’s self in the role of a professional counselor (self-in-role). The program prepares professional counselors to work in a multicultural global community with individuals, groups, and social systems, to promote mental health and well-being. Antioch University’s CMHC program provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance racial, social, economic, and environmental justice.

 

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ONLINE MODEL, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

 

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LOW RESIDENCY WEEKEND MODEL, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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