Students who want to help others make positive changes in their lives may want to study counseling. Typical programs help cultivate listening and empathy skills and teach how to apply developmental and psychological principles to make behavioral and cognitive changes.
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South University's Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree program is designed for those interested in helping people in need. Coursework for this degree in ... +
Our Lady of the Lake University's online Master of Arts in Counseling is built on a curriculum aligned to CACREP Standards and offers three career-specific specializations in ... +
Be there for those who need you. Develop the knowledge and skills required to support individuals in need of rehabilitation counseling.
In this degree program, students will practice their technique and gain hands-on experience in research, bibliographic methods, ethical issues, human diversity, psychopatholog ... +
Immaculata’s 60-credit Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACRE ... +
Engage others in music-making as a means to mental health and wellness. As a music therapy student, explore therapeutic applications for music and the creative process, as we ... +
Trinity’s Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program offers rigorous academic and professional training in counseling, combining theory, empirical research, a ... +
The Master of Arts in Health and Wellness Coaching prepares students with advanced skills and expertise to help clients clarify and implement health and wellness goals and sus ... +
You’re the one people turn to for advice. You hear what the heart speaks. It’s time to develop that gift. Train now to become a private therapist, agency director, marriage ex ... +