BA/MA Counselor Program Careers
Walsh University’s BA/MA counselor program prepares students as mental health counselors. Graduates of our counselor program are employed in a variety of settings: community service/mental health agencies, schools-based intervention and treatment, hospital/residential centers, crisis intervention centers, corrections/criminal justice centers, vocational and career-development programs, and private practice. Counselors work with individuals experiencing alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence, emotional adjustment and mental illness, disability rehabilitation, marriage and family problems, eating disorders, parenting and childhood crises, and juvenile and adult probation/parole.
Prospective students are invited to visit our campus and discuss majors with faculty and professional staff. For information, complete the form to the left or email/ call the appropriate faculty member:
Linda Barclay, LPCC, Associate Professor, Psychology/Counseling & Human Development Coordinator, Counseling/Human Development, (330) 490-7264
Penny Bove, LSW, Professor, Sociology Coordinator, BA/MA Program, (330) 490-7257