Presentation IV -
videos are taped from actual classroom setting but students are all actors.
Do you thrive on people interaction? Do other's tell you you're a
good listener? Do you enjoy psychology? Are you interested in counseling
others? Would you like to test the waters?
Consider a career in the mental heath/human services field...and the
many benefits of Montgomery College's Mental Health Associate Program.
It is designed to provide you with the education and credentials
you need to transfer to a four-year institution or advance in your
Mental health workers are active in such fields as psychology, social
work, child welfare, health, family services, gerontology, criminal
justice, substance abuse, therapeutic recreation, education, and
homelessness, among others.
The rewards of such careers are as great as the challenges. Meetings
these challenges requires personal commitment, competence, and the
knowledge and skills obtained through professional education.
The Mental Health Associate Program at Montgomery College is dedicated
to providing students with the professional knowledge, values and
skills they need to begin a career in mental health/human services. This program emphasizes a generalist approach to practice, enabling
graduates to work with individuals, families, groups, and communities
in a variety of human services settings.
For more information:
Email Professor Natalie Maiden Natalie.Maiden@montgomerycollege.edu
Phone: ( 240) 567 - 1394
Montgomery College - Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
Catherine F. Scott Commons (CM), Room 202D
7600 Takoma Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912