M State is the first college in Minnesota to offer the Mental Health Behavioral Aide II certificate program. Graduates of the program will work under the supervision of psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals to provide direct patient care for children with mental illnesses.
This certificate can be used as an alternative to the requirement that an MHBA II hold an associate or bachelor's degree or have 4,000 hours of experience in delivering clinical services in the treatment of mental illnesses concerning children or adolescents.
Employment opportunities can be found with providers of mental health services, including private practices, community clinics, Rule 29 clinics, non- and for-profit organizations, county agencies, hospitals and schools.
Mental Health Behavioral Aide II Certificate
Last modified: April 5th, 2016 at 10:43am