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Our M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program will help prepare you to address and treat clients’ mental health needs knowledgeably, ethically, and with respect for diversity. You’ll gain the confidence, qualifications, and critical-thinking skills needed to seek licensure and apply best practices as a change agent in the counseling profession. This master’s degree in counseling will allow you to use your knowledge immediately as a practicing professional.
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