The bridge from disability to independent living.
Rehabilitation counselors work to help people with physical, mental, emotional and
other disabilities live full, productive, independent lives.
The profession demands a specialized expertise with a broad understanding of the
medical and psychosocial effects of a disability in professional, social and family
environments. In this program, you will examine human behavior, study assessment and
diagnosis strategies, and learn counseling techniques for various types of rehabilitation
Graduates of the program are eligible for national certification as a rehabilitation
counselor (CRC) and state licensure as a professional counselor (LPC). You could work
in a state or federal agencies, rehabilitation center, residential care facilities, hospitals,
corrections facilities, community mental health clinics, substance abuse program, or