Prepare for Professional Counselor licensure.
Fielding’s MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares you for Professional Counselor licensure.
The CMHC curriculum prepares you to develop a broad and comprehensive view of the field of Clinical Mental Health Counseling through a rigorous program of study. You will gain knowledge about professional identity, multicultural theories, ethics, social justice advocacy, counseling theories, and issues impacting the profession.
The CMHC program is designed to meet the accreditation standards of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
The Fielding distributed learning approach features coursework delivered through a synchronous and asynchronous format, two annual residencies, cluster/cohort meetings, and clinical training through practicum and internship in an approved setting near you.
Student Learning Outcomes
The primary goals of the program are to:
Prepare for licensure eligibility as a professional counselor
Gain the knowledge and skills to be a culturally competent counselor
Acquire real-world clinical experience
Three courses plus a practicum and internship in a regional setting serving the given cultural population:
- Counseling with LGBTQQIA Individuals and Couples
- Counseling with Persons of African American/Black Heritage
- Counseling with Persons of Latinx Heritage
Join a community of learners from across the world
Gain the knowledge and skills, grounded in cultural competencies and social justice principles, to be an effective counselor
Skills include communication, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning
Study from your location; no need to move
Personalized attention by faculty
- Skill development through practicum and internship at an approved site near you