The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling will prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to work as a professional counselor. This program offers advanced coursework in addiction, adult, older adult, and youth. The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program offers students:
- A partnership with SRU's counseling center, which serves as a laboratory for learning
- Experiential, hands-on learning that occurs throughout the program
- Flexibility to add credits and design a personalized path for credentials that lead to being a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and are license-eligible in Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Clinical Mental Health Program Mission Statement:
The mission of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program is to prepare competent counseling professionals who respect human dignity and diversity, demonstrate the dispositions of a helping professional, and are grounded in their identity as a professional counselor.
- Students will be able to show competence as a counselor in the following areas:
- Students will promote respect for human dignity and diversity.
- Students will demonstrate a professional identity in the counseling field.
For more information about our CMHC Program, including course syllabi, please contact the CMHC Program Coordinator or Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Counseling and Development at 724.738.2270.