Behavioral Health Programs
Maps of Georgia’s Behavioral Health Programs
Georgia Behavioral Health Programs Fall 2009
Portrayed on this map and table are the institutions offering a behavioral health degree program including one or more of the following: psychiatric advanced practice nursing master’s degree or post-master’s certificate; marriage and family therapy master’s degree; mental health technician certificate or associate’s degree; pastoral counseling master’s or doctoral degree; psychology master’s or doctoral degree; psychiatry residency; professional, school or community counseling master’s degree or a social work master’s degree in the Fall of 2009.
Georgia Master’s Prepared Behavioral Health Clinician Degrees Awarded 2007-2008
This map and table show the number of master’s degrees awarded in marriage and family therapy; professional, school or community counseling; psychology; or social work in the 2007-2008 academic year.
Georgia Mental Health Technician Awards 2007-2008
This map presents the mental health technician certificates and degrees awarded by academic institution.
Georgia Pastoral Counseling Degrees Awarded 2007-2008
This map and table provide the number of master’s and doctoral degrees awarded in pastoral counseling, which were solely awarded by the private sector.
Georgia Psychiatric/Mental Health Master’s in Nursing Degrees Awarded 2007-2008
Provided on this map and table are the master’s degrees awarded in psychiatric/mental health nursing. Post-master’s certificates in psychiatric/mental health nursing would also be included but there were none awarded in the 2007-2008 academic year.
Georgia Psychiatry Residency Positions Filled 2009-2010
Portrayed on this map and table are the number of approved residency positions in psychiatry in the state in the 2009-2010 academic year.
Georgia Psychiatry Residency Positions Filled by Subspecialty 2009-2010
This map and table provide data on the number of approved residency positions in psychiatry broken out by subspecialty for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Georgia Psychology Doctoral Degrees Awarded 2007-2008
Included on this map and table are the doctoral degrees awarded in psychology during the 2007-2008 academic year. There are two types of psychology doctoral degrees: the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) or the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).