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Ely, Just for a point of clarification of a previous question:

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Just for a point of clarification of a previous question: If a person has a Masters in psychology they can be a Psychotherapist. But what if they have a masters in Counseling or social work?
Hello friend,

I hope you are well today.

A Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) allows one to be called a Texas Licensed Master Social Worker.

As far as I know, there is no masters in counseling, and even if there is, this is a non-standard degree.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

What about a masters of arts in counseling?

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Apologies for the wait. Same thing for "master of arts" in counseling as well. It is no a non-standard degree. Rather, there is no specific designation for someone who holds such a degree, if they do. No specific "name."

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