University of Northern Colorado

Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Couples, Marriage and Family

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The program meets the training needs of the increasing population of those requiring mental health services. As a faculty we uphold the highest standards for education and clinical training. We believe in accountability, rigor, and a supportive environment. Our programs are designed to meet the needs of children, families, couples, and individuals. Additionally, access to care for underserved population continues to be an emphasis of our programs. The Clinical Counseling program at the master's level prepares professional counselors to work in various agency settings such as mental health centers, probation and parole departments, substance abuse centers and residential treatment centers. For the Couples and Family Therapy Emphasis the requirements of the emphasis are directed toward the development of competent professionals in the practice of marital and family therapy. The emphasis area deals primarily with relationships, interpersonal interaction and systems theory. 60-66 credit hours required. Application deadline - December 15th.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Heather M. Helm, PhD, LPC, RPT/S
Professor & Chair, Department of Applied Psychology & Counselor Education
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Campus Box #131 | Greeley, CO 80639
O: 970.351.1630 | F: 970.351.2625

Degrees Available