MA Counseling Concentrations
All of our concentrations are professionally accredited.
One of the strengths of the ETSU Counseling program is the opportunities we have in terms of the variety of courses and concentrations that we offer.
The Counseling Program in the Department of Counseling and Human Services provides coursework and professional training preparing graduate students for school counseling certification in our School Counseling concentration or LPC-MHSP licensure in our Clinical Mental Health concentration. LPC-MHSP licensure in the state of Tennessee requires supervised practice beyond the Master's Degree. Previous concentrations in College Counseling/Student Affairs and Couples and Family Counseling are no longer available, but the coursework in the Clinical Mental Health concentration is available to provide training in these areas. In other words, elective coursework in couple and family counseling and in college counseling/student affairs is still available for students who are interested in this specialized training.
Information about our CACREP accredited Concentrations:
Dr. Graham Disque and students "on location" during the Horses, Dogs, and Counseling
Guest speaker Michelle Bouton, L.Ac., teaches about holistic health and acupuncture, and gives students a live acupuncture demonstration as part of the Introduction to Clinical Mental Health course.