Antioch University New England’s counseling and therapy programs intertwine rigorous academic coursework and experiential learning opportunities, giving you the comprehensive training needed to launch your career and to start creating lasting change in the world. Our graduates are prepared to work as professional counselors focused on promoting mental health, well-being and social justice for a diverse, multicultural and global community.
Beyond the academic requirements for licensure, you may still need to meet additional state requirements that include passing a licensure exam and completion of post-master’s clinical supervision requirements. If you’ve earned a clinical master’s degree but haven’t completed the current educational requirements for state licensure, this program gives you the specialized academic coursework and field
Enrollment in this certificate program includes a review of the student’s prior graduate transcripts and the development of a personalized program to best meet academic requirements for Clinical Mental Health Counseling licensure in NH (or other states). Depending on professional, educational, and clinical backgrounds, credit requirements vary for entering students according to their original degree and credits earned. Admitted students will work with their advisors to develop an individualized program plan. All courses are consistent with CACREP accreditation requirements. Each course is three credits, and is offered in an online format.
(9-24 credits required; program can be tailored to individual needs)
Career and Lifestyle Counseling (3)
Fundamentals of Therapeutic Interaction (3)
NE Social and Cultural Diversity (3)
Group Approaches to Mental Health Counseling (3)
NE Professional Orientation and Ethics (3)
Research & Evaluation in Counseling & Therapy (3)
CMHC Practicum (3)
CMHC Internships I – III (3 – 9 credits, depending on background) (3 CR each)
This Post-master’s Certificate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is open to those who already hold a master’s degree in counseling yet do not meet the current educational requirements for licensure as a clinical mental health counselor in their state. This certificate allows counselors with specializations in other areas (such as school or career counseling) to gain the additional specialized academic and field experiences currently required for clinical mental health counseling. This certificate also assists those who received their degrees several years ago to meet current educational requirements for licensure eligibility. While this certificate provides the academic requirements for licensure, graduates of this certificate program may still need to meet additional state requirements that include passing a licensure exam and completion of their post-master’s clinical supervision requirements.
How to Apply
- Complete the online admissions application, including:
- Essay questions, admissions and program-specific
- Resume/curriculum vitae (CV)
- Non-refundable $50 application fee
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities where you earned a degree or certificate.
- Two letters of recommendation are required, from people who are in a position to evaluate your professional or academic work. The person making the recommendation may not be related to you.
- There are additional requirements for International applicants and applicants without a Bachelor’s degree
- Interview with a faculty member of the department to which you seek entry if selected. This can be in person, by phone, or via Skype.
- Master’s and Certificate Programs do not require the GRE or any other standardized test for admissions. We consider all of your application materials, and evaluate your academic potential in a variety of ways.
Official transcripts should be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
Office of Admissions
Antioch University New England
40 Avon Street
Keene, New Hampshire 03431-3516
All application materials submitted become part of an applicant’s file and cannot be returned.
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