Our online and on-ground counseling degree master’s programs study human experience in deeply subjective, historical, contextual, cross-cultural, and spiritual contexts—helping students develop the education and the professional career training to become:
- Mental health counselors
Important Note Regarding Licensure
M.A. Counseling, Hybrid/Online
The M.A. in Counseling program complies with the requirements of the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (sections 4980.37 and 4980.41 for Marriage and Family Therapy and sections 4999.32 and 4999.40(a) for Professional Clinical Counseling). As different states have different licensing requirements, faculty and work with students from the very beginning of their counseling degree to help them understand the license requirements in the state where they want to practice. Any course a student wishes to take to satisfy a licensing requirement in their state should be discussed with the Financial Aid Office prior to registering for the course. Saybrook does not have an on-site practicum/internship program. Students locate appropriate practicum and internships and supervision in their geographic area, working in conjunction with Saybrook’s faculty and the Director of Clinical Training.