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  1. Hello! Not sure if this is the correct venue to ask this question, but I'll give it a shot. I am looking at going back to school and after much deliberation have decided a master's is the most feasible option for me at the moment. Considering at the moment either pursuing a degree in clinical mental health counseling or counseling psychology. The things that interest me the most (and, I think, are/will become most relevant to profession of counseling) are interpersonal neurobiology, evolutionary psychology and behavioral biology. Is anyone aware of some master's level counseling programs which are geared towards these approaches? Just beginning research on this and thinking it would be helpful to ask around. Thanks so much for any and all help!!!
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