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The mental health counseling degree allows you to work effectively in a number of work settings such as community mental health clinics, child and family counseling centers, youth intervention programs, adventure-based counseling programs, mental health units in regional medical centers, emergency mental health centers, day treatment programs, community residences, half-way houses, therapeutic communities, probation and corrections, in-patient treatment facilities for substance abuse and mental health, and community education and prevention programs.
The student affairs and higher education counseling degree allows you to work effectively in a variety of higher education settings such as student services, residential life, academic advisement, and higher education administration.
The Career Development Center provides services, resources, and programs designed to help students and alumni to better understand the career development process, and to enhance their professional preparation and employability.
If you would like more information about counselor education at SUNY Plattsburgh please contact:
Dr. Julia Davis, Chairperson
Office: Ward Hall 106A
Phone: (518) 564-4179