Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Connect with Your Classmates and Faculty
You will have the opportunity to attend a week-long residency on the main campus of Grace College in Winona Lake, IN. The beautifully landscaped campus bustles with activity but also offers many quiet retreats. Numerous outdoor “friendship courts” provide seating areas, but students may also choose to enjoy a book under one of the many trees. Beautifully wooded walking trails inspire quiet reflection. The DOGC offices are located in the William Male Center for Seminary and Graduate Studies building. This recently renovated structure houses both the Department of Graduate Counseling (Residential and Online) and the Seminary, and contains classrooms, a clinical lab, and faculty offices.
All online students are required to attend Residency each year they are enrolled and actively taking classes in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Residency consists of counselor preparation and training, evaluation in skill development, and spiritual growth activities facilitated by online and residential faculty members. During Residency, faculty and students meet together for a period of intensive coursework as well as building personal and professional relationships with peers and faculty.
"Scripturally grounded, professionally skilled, interpersonally competent. These are the distinctives of our Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Grace College. Our program combines the flexibility of online learning, the integration of faith with counseling and psychology, and a community of learners that values relationship, support, and professional excellence."Jill Brue, Ph.D., LPC, Associate Professor of Graduate Counseling. Chair, Graduate Counseling Department