“This degree program offers a diverse selection of courses and practical training to prepare professionals to function in a variety of mental health agencies.” Richard Connors, MA, C.A.G.S.
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program provides an integrated, comprehensive approach to training to help broadly impact your career as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) or Counseling Psychologist (MA).
Our program teaches students to connect with the heart, soul, and spirit of their clients to foster healing. In addition to our foundational courses, we offer a variety of elective courses that allow students to focus on areas related to
Marriage and Family Counseling
Victim Students with courses in: Abuse, Homelessness, and Poverty
Anna Maria College's Counseling Psychology program prepares graduates with both critical thinking skills and ethically sounding solutions to help impact their community. The degree blends coursework and practicum experience to equip professionals with the knowledge and experience they need to succeed in a variety of mental health settings.
YOUR COUNSELING CAREER AWAITS
Anna Maria College's MA in Counseling Psychology will prepare you for a vibrant and fulfilling career in the spectrum of mental health professions, including:
WE CAN HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT PATH
Anna Maria College offers both the traditional Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and a new Licensed Mental Health Counseling track.
The traditional Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology track allows students to complete a 12 course/36 credit Master of Arts program which allows you to work in a variety of mental health settings.
The Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) track requires the above Master's track plus an additional eight 3-credit courses, including an internship/seminar to meet the 60 credit hour state requirement to apply for licensure as an LMHC in Massachusetts.
"I chose Anna Maria College's Counseling Psychology program because of its caring clinical approach. With faculty who are practitioners in the field, their knowledge and insight into helping a wide array of clients and issues has expanded my understanding of how I can give great care to others."- Joyce Momanyi, 5/2017
"The overwhelming majority of Anna Maria students come to the classroom with a wealth of clinical and professional experiences. I've found that this not only broadens the student body's knowledge base, but it allows for an incredibly diverse and engaging dialogue in the classroom. There can be a wide range of cultures, ages, and other different demographic considerations in my classes, yet these contrasts are united with a common passion for mental health issues and clinical practice."- Dr. John M. Pratico, MA, CAGS, PsyD, LMHC
$72,580 is the median pay according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics
19% expected job growth in the field according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics
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