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Community Mental Health Program

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in Community Mental Health (MA) Program

Advantages of a Graduate School Education at MSPP

94% of graduates recieve a job within 6 months of graduation

Job Outlook: Percent (%) Change in Employment for 2010-2020 BLS
Marriage and Family Therapist Up 41%
Mental Health Counselor Up 36%
Clinical, Counseling & School Psychologists Up 22%

 

US News & World Report Best Social Service Jobs Best Jobs US News
School Psychologist No. 1 No. 14
Marriage and Family Therapist No. 6 No. 33
Mental Health Counselor No. 18 No. 67

 

Median Salaries* Data from 2009 APA Salary Survey and US News & World Report

APA
US News
Clinical Psychologist $87,015
School Psychologist $67,880
Mental Health Counselor $47,000
Marriage and Family Therapist $46,240
* Licensed mental health professionals have the opportunity for additional income through private practice.

 

The MSPP Difference: Percent (%) of Graduates to obtain a job within 6 months of graduation

MSPP
MA, Counseling Psychology 100%
MA/CAGS, School Psychology 100%
MA, Forensic and Counseling Psychology 100%
MA, Organizational Psychology 88%
PsyD, Clinical Psychology 87%

Updated 8/13/14

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