The Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS-CMHC) program involves an intensive field experience program, in which students work in clinical placements according to their talents and career ambitions and are mentored by the host organization, a New England College faculty member, and NEC Clinical Coordinator, and the Director of the MS-CMHC program.
NEC is proud of our strong history of partnering with mental health and counseling organizations. NEC and these organizations work together to benefit all parties in developing field experiences in clinical mental health counseling.
The mission of the MS-CMHC program is to provide exceptional graduate-level education to cultivate highly qualified clinical mental health counselors. The program achieves this by engaging its students in deliberate academic scholarship following the standards of the Council for Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) with a specialized focus on equity, advocacy, and justice. We are committed to guiding students along their path to become successful clinical mental health counselors by encouraging students to grow in knowledge, awareness, and clinical skills.
Available Delivery Methods
Students can earn this degree on campus or 100% online.