Cannon-Clary College of Education
Mental Health & Wellness Department
The goal of the mental health and wellness programs is to provide caring, compassionate and competent counseling services in a variety of settings to diverse populations. To that end, students will be provided with a current, practical, and ethical education consistent with Harding’s Christian foundations equipping them to be effective counselors/therapists capable of facilitating healthy change, growth and development.
Three entry level specialty areas
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy
- Professional School Counseling
Four LocationsCourses are offered at one or more of these locations:
- Online application and fee
- Official transcript
(Harding alumni will not need a Harding transcript)
- Undergraduate degree
- Three reference letters (professional or academic)
- Professional Resume
- Test scores from one of these: GRE, MAT, Praxis II (MS school only)
- Valid teachers license (MS school only)
- Immunization Record
This resource is intended to assist students, parents and educators in learning the requirements and routes to become licensed and/or certified in the various counseling disciplines.
Veterans/Military Training Info:
MilitaryOneSource.mil offers training on "Treating the Invisible Wounds of War"
Internships and Practicums
Mission Statement & Annual Report
Harding University Mission can be found at harding.edu/about/mission
College of Education Mission Statement:: “Touching hearts and challenging minds through Christ by preparing professionals for Christian service to children, families, and communities.”