MS Counseling Degree

Can you envision yourself as a Masters Graduate?

With CLM, it’s possible to accomplish your goal!

The Center for Life Management has partnered with New England College to offer a Master’s Degree and Professional Development Program. This is an exciting opportunity for CLM staff to earn a Master’s of Science Counseling (MS) degree in 3-years. Cost of tuition is covered by Center for Life Management*.

CLM Masters

Who’s Eligible and What’s Required:

  • Must be a full-time CLM employee in good standing for 9 months or more.
  • Must hold a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Must agree to a five (5) year commitment of full-time employment in good standing with the Center for Life Management (beginning from start date/year of Professional Development program participation).
  • Participants must maintain a B average to continue participation in the program.

*Employee is responsible for applicable taxable portion of tuition remission.

Master’s Degree and Professional Development Program Features:

This is an exciting 5-year program that incorporates a 3-year graduate degree program and is uniquely tailored to individuals committed to pursuing continued academic learning, professional development, and furthering the ideals of skilled clinical work and its value to the provision of quality community mental health services. Successful completion of the program earns 60 credits that meet the academic criteria for licensure in NH.

The program features a hybrid academic model of primarily online classes mixed with in-person instruction held onsite at CLM’s Derry office. The goal of the program is to focus on academic learning combined with real-world application to prepare participants for professional success and growth in the mental health field. The curriculum includes course work in areas such as advanced practice management and administration, knowledge of the regulatory environment and best
practices in human resource management.

Enroll Today!

Applications from eligible CLM employees are accepted throughout the year on a “rolling admission” basis.

Applicants must submit an essay that describes their commitment to community mental health, the reasons why the program is a fit for the applicant’s professional goals and why they should be selected to this program.

To learn more, contact Steve Arnault


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