A seminary M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) will equip you to work as a licensed professional counselor who can integrate faith with clinical mental health practices. You will study the history and theory of clinical mental health treatment, the practice of counseling mental health patients today, and the biblical principles that apply to such work.
With an accredited M.A. in CMHC from a seminary, you will be ready to work in a mental health agency, a faith-based counseling service, residential treatment facilities, hospitals, or to run your own private practice. By combining faith, biblical principles, and clinical training, you can impact the lives of diverse individuals and your community as a whole.
Seminaries with Accredited Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Degrees
- Denver Seminary (M.A. CMHC)
- Seminary of the Southwest (M.A. CMHC)
Related seminary degrees:
- Master of Theological Studies and Master of Science in Nursing
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Doctor of Theology
- Doctor of Ministry
- Youth Ministry Certificate
These are some of the many seminary degree programs.