Masters Level Clinicians have a Master’s degree in one of the following Mental Health disciplines: Social Work, Nursing, Professional Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy. These individuals are independently licensed in the state in which they practice. They provide various services including assessments and psychotherapeutic interventions.
Master’s Level Clinicians provide therapy for many basic needs; Master’s clinicians work with patients to address concerns and root causes. They can see you alone, as part of a couple, or with your entire family. In some cases, they may recommend that you consult with a psychiatrist or nurse practitioner to evaluate whether medication could contribute to achieving the best outcome. (Most therapists can suggest trusted psychiatrists or nurse practitioners to you for this purpose.)