Which Master’s in Counseling Program Is Right for You?
Guide to Different Types of Counseling
- Marriage Counseling: Help people improve their relationships by overcoming issues such as marital conflicts to ensure that each individual feels supported.
- Family Counseling: Work through challenges including emotional issues, mental disorders, and adolescent behavior problems that impact all members of a family.
- Addiction Counseling: Help individuals overcome dependence on drugs, alcohol, and destructive behavior.
- Mental Health Counseling: Offer guidance to individuals dealing with issues like depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and more that affect their health and well-being.
- School Counseling: Help students navigate academic and personal challenges.
- Rehabilitation Counseling: Work with disabled people to help them overcome specific challenges and lead more productive lives.
- Suicide and Depression Counseling: Offer guidance to people experiencing serious depression and help them develop coping strategies.
- Grief Counseling: Help people cope with loss – usually the death of a loved one – when grief is interfering with their daily activities.
- Behavior Analyst: Study how human behavior affects motivation, and work with caretakers to develop plans for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, and behavioral disorders.