The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program (CMHC) is a 60 credit hour program that meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state of Florida as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). This program is practitioner-oriented in the sense that students are required to complete a demanding field–based internship of 1,000 supervised hours before graduation. The counseling curriculum offers a unique blend of courses to provide the skills and knowledge necessary for becoming a competent counseling professional. Solid academic performance and experiential mastery are required.
Program of Study
applications are not accepted.
Enrolling in Courses for Licensure - Non Degree Seeking
Graduate Academic Learning Compact
Graduate Assistantships and Partial Waivers
(Brooks College of Health)
(The Graduate School)
The Graduate School
Program Outcomes Report - Academic Year 2016-2017
Site Supervisor Handbook
Carlene Taylor, Ed.D.
Kassie Terrell, Ph.D.
Tes Tuason, Ph.D.
Richmond D. Wynn, Ph.D.
Robert Zeglin, Ph.D.
For more information contact:
Dr. Richmond D. Wynn, Director
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