Acknowledged as a legitimate health concern, mental health plays a significant role in communities. There is a need for professionals to connect those in need of services to the appropriate resources. In the Mental Health Facilitation specialization, you will develop the skills to help individuals navigate community mental health services. The program explores the role of mental health facilitation in health behavioral changes and provides a solid understanding of the assessment and referral system for mental health intervention and support.
As a graduate, you will be prepared for non-therapeutic counseling roles as community mental health clinic coordinator, field service provider, and resource personnel, both in military and civilian agencies.
Note on Licensure: The MS in Human and Social Services program, including its specializations, is not designed to lead to professional licensure including licensure as a professional therapist, counselor, social worker, or psychologist.
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Last updated January 18, 2016