The Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program is committed to increasing the quality of life for people with disabilities and mental health disorders through the preparation of qualified professionals who can serve people with diverse challenges in living.

The Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program is consumer-focused and offers an array of community and clinical experiences to prepare skilled, knowledgeable, and committed rehabilitation and mental health counselors. Additionally, the program is fully accredited in rehabilitation counseling by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) and in clinical mental health counseling by the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Professions (CACREP).

Programs

Overview

The M.A. in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling prepares professional counselors to assist persons with physical, sensory, psychiatric, and intellectual disabilities — psychiatric disabilities in particular — and mental health conditions by coordinating resources and providing services.

Visit the degree homepage for more information on admissions requirements, application instructions, and program requirements.

Application Deadlines

  • March 1 (Fall session)

Applications for full-time study are accepted continually for Fall session entry.

Contact

Program Coordinator