Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
Clinical Rehabilitation Counselors empower people with disabilities to make informed choices, build viable careers, and live more independently within the community. Through a counseling process, Clinical Rehabilitation Counselors provide and coordinate services for people with a wide range of physical and psychiatric disabilities, chronic conditions or diseases, and social disabilities. Services include counseling to support clients in achieving their education and career goals through preparation activities and training for a specific occupation. Clinical Rehabilitation Counselors work with clients in a variety of settings, including schools and universities, state workforce systems, veteran’s services, advocacy and non-profit agencies, employee assistance programs, private forensic practice, and hospital settings.
The mission of the Master of Rehabilitation Counseling program at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center forwards the mission of the University by providing a practitioner training program focused on the unique needs of diverse communities, especially in rural settings.
Rehabilitation Counselors provide and coordinate services for individuals with a range of physical, psychiatric, and/or developmental disabilities.
The curriculum of the TTUHSC MSCR program consists of 60 semester credit hours congruent with CACREP requirements.
Learn more about the admission requirements and how to apply.
Students need to know that we truly care about them and want them to succeed. Their
successes make us, as faculty, very proud!
Wade Redman, Ph.D., MBA, MT (ASCP)
Department Chair Laboratory Sciences and Primary Care
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