Mental Health Counseling Program

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The Mental Health Counseling Program is designed to train potential counselors for a variety of mental health settings. This page provides some information in regards to the Mental Health Program.  Each student must work closely with his or her advisor in regards to the students program of study.

Mental Health Counseling

CP 610 Counseling Orientation and Ethics (3)
CP 611 Developmental Theories (3)
CP 612 Counseling Theories (3)
CP 613 Social & Cultural Aspects of Counseling (3)
CP 614 Counseling Skills (3)
CP 615 Career Development (3)
CP 616 Group Counseling (3)
CP 617 Assessment in Counseling (3)
CP 631 Crisis Intervention and Consultation (3)
GR 691 Methods of Research (3)
CP 640 Foundations of Mental Health Counseling (3)                                                  CP 641 Mental Health Systems and Prevention (3)
CP 643 Psychodiagnostics and Treatment (3)
CP 645 Marriage and Family Counseling (3)                                                                   CP 661 Addictions Counseling (3)
CP 680 Counseling Practicum (3)
CP 686 Internship -- Mental Health (3)
CP 687 Internship -- Mental Health (3)
CP 688 Advanced Internship -- Mental Health (3)

Plus 3 hours Electives (3)
60 Total Credits

Prerequisites: 18 total cr. in the social sciences, including, psychology, counseling, sociology or appropriately focused university studies courses. This must including a 3 cr. course in statistics.

Initial Study Plan

On-Campus Course Rotation

Missouri Committee for Professional Counselors

 

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