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Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.A.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.A.



Our Mission

The mission of Florida Gulf Coast University's (FGCU) Counseling Programs is to prepare exemplary professional practitioners, leaders, and scholars. The programs use a research-practitioner approach that integrates the use of current technology, supervised field experiences, scholarly inquiry, and intellectual and creative resources to work with an increasingly diverse and global society. The program trains counselors who work in pre-K through grade 12 schools, social service, government agencies, hospitals, community organizations, and private practice. The FGCU counseling programs educate well-rounded counselors who demonstrate competence included in the high standards as set forth by our accreditation and professional organizations.

  • Department of Counseling 's CACREP Outcomes Report 2014-2015 [.PDF - 275 kb]
  • Department of Counseling 's CACREP Outcomes Report 2013-2014 [.PDF; 315 Kb]
  • Department of Counseling 's CACREP Outcomes Report 2012-2013 [.PDF; 263 Kb]
  • Annual Alumni Survey Results Report 2015 [.PDF; 274 Kb]