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What Can You Do with a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling?

Maybe you’ve decided to go for it or maybe you’re still researching what kind of careers you can attain with a master’s in mental health counseling from Indiana University Kokomo. When you think of an advanced degree in mental health counseling, you may assume you can only work as a mental health counselor. While there's an abundance of opportunity in the mental health counseling field, this degree provides all kinds of possibilities for your future! Job prospects throughout the north central Indiana region and across the nation are excellent for this field.

Upon completion of this degree, you’ll be prepared to analyze and provide evaluations, referrals, and counseling services. You’ll be able to help people prevent or remediate emotional crises, personal and interpersonal problems, and other conflicts. When you complete this program, you’ll be prepared to work in a huge variety of clinical presentations as well as pursue doctoral-level training if you desire.

When you have a master’s in mental health counseling, you may find yourself working in hospitals, adoption agencies, private practices, schools, and endless other places. Anywhere there are people in need of emotional, behavioral, and relational support is a place that needs trained and experienced mental health professionals like you.

Ready to dive in and get started?

If you’re ready to go after your Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University Kokomo, apply today to get started. If you’ve got questions about whether or not this program would allow you to accomplish your personal and professional goals, get in touch with our ready-to-help faculty and staff. Please direct all program specific questions to either Rosalyn Davis, Ph.D. or Kathryn Holcomb, Ph.D.

We’re looking forward to working with you! 

Last updated: 09/10/2018