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How hard is it to get into a clinical mental health counseling program? 

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Results suggest that a six-week program is effective in helping clinicians change their counseling skills within their practice.

Mental health services should facilitate access to psychologists or other clinicians to better meet counseling and information needs.

This program has effectively integrated counsellors within primary care settings, increasing the capacity of primary care to handle mental health problems, strengthening links between providers from different sectors, and making mental health care more accessible.

A recovery-oriented training program can change attitudes of mental health care professionals towards recovery of serious mental illness.

Given counseling psychology’s unique emphasis on prevention, well-being, multiculturalism, and social justice, counseling psychology programs are well suited to developing counseling health psychology curricula.

Low rates of mental health counseling persist from adolescence to young adulthood.

Clinical characteristics play an important role in perceiving barriers to mental health care.

The results demonstrated that providing mental health nurses with a structured program was instrumental in facilitating their movement to an advanced practitioner level.

The program is feasible and acceptable for adults with severe mental illness and it has potential benefits for them.

The program appears to train family doctors effectively to meet the mental health needs of their patients.