The faculty of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies, working with a consultant, have engaged in the process of seeking CACREP accreditation for the residential 60 hour Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. If and when accreditation for the residential Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is granted the faculty of the CCFS will begin seeking CACREP accreditation for the online 60-hour M.A. in Professional Counseling program.
It is important to note that submission for accreditation does not guarantee accreditation and that the timeline for approval is not guaranteed. Students are encouraged to consider these programs as not being CACREP accredited until approval is obtained from the CACREP Board.
Liberty University’s Center for Counseling and Family Studies is in the final stage of seeking CACREP accreditation for the M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. To meet CACREP standard I.AA.6, the outcomes from the comprehensive program assessment are documented in the attached executive summary for review by interested persons.