Walden University

Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision - Forensic Mental Health

In the Forensic Mental Health concentration you will develop the knowledge and skills to work within the legal and criminal justice systems. Gain the expertise to supervise trainees and provide traditional mental health services to individuals in a variety of forensic settings, including correctional institutions, juvenile justice courts, family courts, drug courts, and community-based nonprofit settings, such as group homes and agencies handling dispute resolution. Gain the knowledge and experience to assume a leadership role in a clinical, community, nonprofit, academic, or research settings, or to work as a counselor educator. Reach a significant milestone in your career as you earn one of the most highly respected degrees in the profession. Study advanced teaching, supervision, and counseling skills and further develop your expertise in a relevant area.

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