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Mental Health Counseling


This 60-credit program in Mental Health Counseling at Pleasantville provides students with a strong foundation in clinical counseling and specialized knowledge in groundbreaking research and prepares graduates to become licensed practitioners in mental health counseling with specialties and emphases on areas ranging from loss and grief counseling, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress and resilience, and positive psychology. The curriculum emphasizes hands-on skills development using role-playing and group exercise, as well as interview techniques, research methods, and internships.

This guide is designed to assist in conducting original research, including literature reviews.











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Interlibrary Loan (Ordering nonPace Books and Journal Articles)

All graduate students need to register for ILLiad

ILLiad  is the library’s interlibrary loan tool that allows you to request books, articles, dissertations or conference proceedings that Pace Library does not own from libraries all over the United States.

Log in to ILLiad with your Pace Portal username and password.  The first time you use the system you will need to set up a profile.  Make sure you use your Pace email address.

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