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Inspired by a Christian worldview, our Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s degree program is designed to prepare you to work as a mental health counselor and become an agent of social justice in your community as well as an effective spokesperson for positive transformation. And we can do it in as little as three years.
Courses in our master’s degree in counseling program include:
- Professional Orientation to Counseling
- Counseling Across the Lifespan
- Multicultural Counseling
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Gender Issues in Counseling
You’ll also be required to complete a counseling practicum and two internships in this program. These will allow you to get supervised clinical experience, which can help you develop your assessment and consultation skills in real-life situations as you prepare to work as a mental health counselor.
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Individuals who complete our Clinical Mental Health Counseling courses in Charlotte, N.C., meet the education requirements set forth by the N.C. Board of Licensed Professional Counselors to obtain a Licensed Professional Counselors Association (LPCA) license.
A program designed for the adult learner.
Faculty members in our master’s degree in counseling program understand that keeping up with your personal life and coursework can be a challenge. That’s why we offer class schedules conducive to family life, including a convenient one-night-a-week curriculum, which allows you to earn your Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree in just three years.
If you’d like to make a real difference in people’s lives, then a mental health counseling degree from Montreat College – Charlotte could be the answer.