Mission and Distinctives
Huntington University's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program provides Christ-centered counselor training, equipping counselors to engage diverse cultural contexts through the cultivation of clinical skills, critical thinking, and academic excellence.
Our program seeks to develop the personhood of the counselor through a dynamic process of engaging leadership and students in a variety of contexts, one's own faith and relationship with Christ, and nurturing an emerging counselor identity through personal development and relationships with others.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Distinctives
- A 60 credit hour program leads to licensure as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC).
- The program meets or exceeds all Indiana state requirements for licensure.
- Integration of Christian faith and practice is taught in all classes.
- Professors are actively seeing clients.
- Semester-long classes meet once weekly in the afternoon or evening. Online classes meet 7 weeks in an accelerated format.
- A minimum of two hours of weekly supervision is provided while students are seeing clients.