The Master of Arts (MA) in Community Counseling program provides students with a sound foundation for the practice of community counseling, with a multifaceted focus on developmental and preventative mental health services. The program introduces students to the basic skills of counseling, integrating individual, group, family, and organizational interventions. The program emphasizes development of the attitudes, knowledge, and skills required for the ethical provision of quality professional counseling services. As such, the MA in Community Counseling program is committed to educating and training students to work in a variety of settings with diverse client populations. Since licensing may change and often varies from state to state, students should verify the current requirements of the state in which they plan to become licensed.
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