Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Group Counseling Meeting

What is Clinical Mental Health Counseling?

At The Chicago School, we define Clinical Mental Health Counseling as the process of methodically applying interventions and high-quality mental health services to a diverse clientele in a variety of community settings.

History of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at The Chicago School

Our Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs provide graduates with the skills necessary to provide mental health services to a wide range of clients, including children and adolescents, adults, families and couples. Students are prepared with competencies including ethics, research, evaluation, diagnosis, theories, career assessment, and counseling interventions.

Guided by faculty-practitioners, The Chicago School’s CMHC program mixes rigorous coursework with real-world experience in the areas of:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief
  • Low self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Suicidal impulses

Degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling offered at The Chicago School

Our post-graduate Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is available at several Chicago School campuses.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs

Careers in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Graduates of The Chicago School’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s programs have an in-depth understanding of a wide range of mental health issues that will be seen as a strong asset in a variety of professional arenas.

Public and Private Sector Employers:

  • Business
  • Education
  • Government
  • Nonprofit
  • Integrative Healthcare
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Private Practice

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Job Titles:

  • Clinical Mental Health Counselor
  • Therapist
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Counselor