Job Search

I have 3 weeks of classes left until I graduate with my M.A. in Mental Health Counseling! Now that my Capstone is out of the way, I can focus all of my attention on securing a job. Luckily, I have been asked on interviews and I have an offer lined up with my current internship site. I am grateful that so many of my professors have been available to me so that I can weigh the pros and cons of different positions with them. I was also able to meet individually with MSPP’s Director of Career Services, Tricia Krzywicki, and she also spoke to my Internship Seminar today about finding a job.

In case you’re wondering what types of jobs you can obtain before you are officially licensed as an LMHC (after you graduate with your M.A., you have to work for approximately 2 years under supervision before becoming eligible for licensure in Massachusetts), here is a list of agencies that were represented at a recent job fair I attended, which was sponsored by the Massachusetts Mental Health Counselor’s Association:

Advocates, Inc.:

Applied Behavioral Associates, LLC:

Community Healthlink Inc.:

Eliot Community Human Services:

Hope Found:

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children:

North Suffolk Mental Health Association:

Riverside Community Care:

Seven Hills Foundation:

South Bay Mental Health Center:

Stanley Street Treatment and Resources:

The Home for Little Wanderers:

The Triumph Center:

Volunteers of America:

Obviously, there are many other types of jobs, such as working at a college or university in their counseling center, as well as a variety of human resources positions or working as a consultant for a corporation. I think that it is helpful to keep an open mind while in graduate school so that you network with many people, including professors, continuing education speakers and attendees, and with people at your practicum and internship, so that you make as many connections as possible. That way, when it’s time for graduation, you’ll have plenty of options open to you!

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  7. Duddy says:

    There’s also EAP (employee assistance program) counseling. It’s usually short term counseling with a wide variety of clients. You can even work doing tele-counseling with clients from across North America. There’s lots and lots of work with many of the big providers. So you can according to your schedule.

    You don’t always have to have completed your full state licensure as you are often not doing “psychotherapy” as much as screening, problem-solving/consulting and referring. Warren Shepell is a good example here.

    With your degree, you could also get into Organizational Development work, another high paying area of work. I think Warren Shepell does training and and team-building work as well. Don’t forget to check out “critical incident stress management” certification and work with such companies. It’s 2 weeks of training for example, in group interventions, and you can actually work with groups and it pays a very good hourly rate.

  8. Lisa Suggs says:

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