What Types Of Jobs Are Available With A Masters Degree In Counseling?
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Host Question: What types of jobs are available to someone with the master’s in counseling degree?
Guest Answer: With the masters degree in counseling you could do school counseling, you could work in a hospital, you you could work in a church if you wanted to. You could do social work. You could work at a college and teach about how to be a counselor. You could work in a rehabilitation center. You could work in a drug recovery program, grief counseling, end of life care, lots of different things.
Guest Answer: You can get a job in a variety of settings, which include schools like a school counselor or guidance counselor. You can work in a clinical setting, which is usually like a family marriage, couples counseling type clinic. And you can also work in a college setting, whether it’s in the mental health clinic, on a campus or in career counseling or academic advising.
Guest Answer: The counseling degree is actually so transferable both into more clinical spaces, and by that, again, I mean, places where you are providing direct mental health care to clients. So that might look like being a clinician in a hospital setting, being the intake counselor. When someone comes in to the emergency room and is being referred to with the counseling or social work department, so in medical kind of settings, you could be a counselor in a school setting, you can be a counselor with elderly populations. There’s actually a really high need for that. You can do intensive in-home home where you’re actually going into people’s houses to provide clinical support. You can do private practice, which is like again starting your own business and then outside of the clinical opportunities of actually providing direct counseling, I think that the counseling degree is really marketable in other spaces. For example, higher education, you can go into career counseling, you can use a counseling degree to do academic advising, student affairs. And then also we see a lot of need for counseling or a correlation between counseling degrees and HR. Like general talent recruiting, like HR. Roles across a lot of different industries.
Guest Answer: You could work for, Private practice. There’s some state jobs. Federal jobs. You can work in a prison.
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