Online Courses

Integrated Education With a Personal Touch

Freed-Hardeman University announces the beginning of an integrated residential/online graduate program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. As online programs continue to grow, the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Freed-Hardeman is designed to meet the needs of college graduates who desire training in clinical mental health counseling/psychotherapy and wish to provide such services to individuals, couples, groups, and families. Freed-Hardeman University’s interdisciplinary M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program integrates elements of the core mental health professions with principles of the Christian faith to produce graduates ready for the clinical practice of professional mental health counseling.

  • The program consists of 60 hours of integrated residential and/or online training. 
  • Freed-Hardeman University is one of Tennessee’s oldest universities.
  • Freed-Hardeman University graduate counseling program has classes available at the Henderson and Memphis campus or online.
  • Skill courses will be offered on the Henderson and Memphis campus in a residential short course format.
  • Flexible scheduling with classes offered on nights and weekends with a combination of traditional classroom instruction and web-based courses.
  • Courses are offered by full-time and part-time faculty who are experts in their respective fields.
  • The program is designed to meet the State of Tennessee Department of Health licensure requirements for Licensed Professional Counselors/Mental Health Services Provider and is also designed to meet the requirements for the National Board of Certified Counselors.

We look forward to assisting you with your career goals. For further information about the M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Freed-Hardeman University please contact one of the following.

Our Office: 
Phone: 1-800-FHU-FHU1 ext. 6638

Dr. Mike Cravens, Program Director of Graduate Studies in Clinical Mental Health Counseling 

Conita Fadergraduate office secretary