Merrimack’s Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling emphasizes culturally sensitive clinical mental health counseling. You’ll work with diverse populations on a wide range of mental health issues, including those that arise from psychological dysfunctions and social injustices. Deeply rooted in Merrimack’s tradition of moral and ethical education, our mental health counseling master’s degree equips you to help individuals confront challenges, transform their lives and uplift their communities.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts very rapid growth in clinical mental health counseling jobs over the next decade, with jobs projected to increase by more than 20 percent. Graduates of Merrimack’s clinical mental health counseling program have a job placement rate of nearly 100 percent, based on their top-notch training and the program’s strong reputation among employers. Use the Career Insight tool below to see real-time labor market data on jobs in this field.