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Mental/Behavioral Health Track

 The Mental/Behavioral Health track is designed to prepare students who desire training in counseling and wish to provide such services to individuals, couples, groups, and families. The program integrates an interdisciplinary approach, with principles of the Christian faith and the practice of professional counseling. The program prepares students for a wide range of vocational options in the mental health field as well as the pursuit of licensure as a Professional Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist. Students who wish to pursue licensure as a Professional Counselor will need to take additional coursework following the completion of the MSC degree. Students are required to work with their advisors throughout their graduate study to design their degree plans. All licensure requirements for the LPC and the LMFT are regulated by the state.                                                              

COUNSELING FACULTY:

Megan Herscher, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Counseling
Coordinator, Clinical Field Experiences
C-N Box 71900
Jefferson City, TN  37760
865-471-4217
mherscher@cn.edu

Carolyn Cole Brewer, EdD, NCC
Director, Graduate Studies Program
Associate Professor of Counseling
C-N Box 71900
Jefferson City, TN  37760
865-471-2087
cbrewer@cn.edu

Graduate and Adult Studies
1646 Russell Avenue
Jefferson City, TN 37760
1.800.678.9061
865.471.3223
adult@cn.edu