Fulfill your personal and professional goals in a flexible learning environment where you’ll enhance your capacity to act as a social change agent.

As a student in the School of Counseling, you have the opportunity to focus on your interests in culturally and contextually relevant specializations and learn in the scholar-practitioner model, integrating research with your professional expertise. You can benefit from opportunities for interdisciplinary study and research collaboration, and use established methods of scientific inquiry and evidence-based practice for the greater good.

Walden is one of the only few schools that offer a CACREP-accredited MS degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling online.


The School of Counseling envisions a future where students and faculty join together as scholar-practitioners to apply their acquired and generated knowledge to address critical social problems in such a way as to promote positive social change in a global community.


The School of Counseling is dedicated to preparing adult learners as scholar-practitioners and agents who promote positive social change in the human services professions. Students are mentored by a global faculty community of doctoral-level scholars with a breadth of personal and professional experience. Graduates will be equipped with knowledge of contextually and culturally relevant applications and action-oriented research skills that enhance their abilities to excel in unique practice environments.

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Learn more about our online degree programs for counseling professionals. Request information or call 1-866-492-5336 in the United States or see a list of international phone numbers.