CNSL 6370 Clinical Mental Health Counseling

This course will integrate the student’s professional knowledge and skills basic to clinical mental health counseling and practice. Students will explore a wide variety of topics within the field to include: the role, functions, and settings of clinical mental health counselors; administration and management of mental health programs and services; strategies for supporting client education and advocacy; and knowledge of public mental health and government policies. Prerequisites: CNSL 6308, CNSL 6315, CNSL 6316, and CNSL6320.




Counseling (Graduate)