Clinical Mental Health CounselingClinical Mental Health Counseling provides students with training in the prevention, assessment, and treatment of individuals dealing with mental health problems. Individual, group, and family counseling are focused upon this specialization. The curriculum meets the academic requirements for licensure in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (L.M.H.C.) in the State of Florida.
|CSL 600||Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling|
|EDR 601||Methodology of Research|
|CSL 610||Human Growth and Development|
|CSL 621||Psychological Measurement|
|CSL 629||Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling|
|CSL 652||Individual Counseling Procedures|
|CSL 653||Career Development and Life Work Planning|
|CSL 658||Group Counseling Procedures|
|CSL 686||Counseling Theories and Interventions|
|CSL 694||Counseling Practicum|
|CSL 699||Counseling Internship|
Clinical Mental Health Counseling*†
|CSL 569||Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment in Counseling|
|CSL 589||Introduction to Mental Health Counseling|
|CSL 605||Treatment of Substance Abuse in Counseling|
|CSL 650||Human Sexuality|
|CSL 680||Family Counseling and Therapy|
|CSL 691||Personality Theories|
*Master’s degree meets all academic requirements for licensure in Florida.
†Master’s program fully accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.