About this course
Alliant offers a Graduate Certificate program in School-Based Mental Health designed to provide master's level practitioners with the education, training and exposure necessary to conduct culturally-informed counseling within K-12 schools. This school psychology certificate program and its faculty recognize that school environments require a specific knowledge base and professional practice for professionals to best provide effective student mental health services, including brief, short-term, group and individual counseling.
*Please contact the university directly for further details on this course.
- Master's degree in an approved field, such as school psychology, school counseling, marriage and family therapy, social work and more
- Two letters of recommendation from supervisors, academic instructors, volunteer coordinators or other professional and/or academic relationships
- 2-4 page personal essay including autobiographical statement, professional aspirations, accomplishments and any relevant experience working with children and adolescents
- Official undergraduate transcripts from a regionally-accredited university (degrees in progress are acceptable)with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (GPA exemptions may be granted)
- $65 application fee