Mental Health Counseling
UGA M.Ed. Mental Health Counseling interviews will be held VIRTUALLY for the Fall 2021 admission cycle.
Submission of valid GRE scores is still required for applications. However, all application criteria are considered and applied flexibly so that a strength in one area can mitigate weakness in another area.
Two programs in the department support counselors to work in a variety of mental health settings. These programs are the include the M.Ed. in Professional Counseling/Mental Health Counseling and the Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. Depending on the degree program and internship setting, graduates are prepared to serve as counselors in settings such as the following:
- Community mental health agencies
- Juvenile justice facilities
- Outdoor therapeutic programs
- Drug and alcohol treatment facilities
- College and university counseling centers
- Private practice
Master of Education (MEd)
- MEd in Professional Counseling (Mental Health Counseling)
Train as a professional counselor in a community setting with the MEd in Professional Counseling. Develop effective skills and expertise in serving diverse clients.
Mental Health Counseling Student Association (MHCSA)
This organization is for students in the Mental Health Counseling program. The primary focus of MHCSA is for the first- and second-year cohort students to connect and build relationships through mentorship and professional development.
Faculty and Staff
- Phone: 706-542-1812
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org