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Contact the MS RMHC program:
Phone: 503-838-8322 Fax: 503-838-8228
Attention: Kathy Heide
Postal: Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program
Western Oregon University
345 N. Monmouth Avenue
Monmouth, OR 97361

Faculty for MS RMHC program:


Administrative Program Assistant, College of Education
503-838-8324 | | RWEC 139


Associate Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8038 | | RWEC 135


NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8758 | | RWEC 153


Associate Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-9341 | | RWEC 134

The people behind the MS RMHC program:

The program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program (CACREP).  The RCD track has been selected by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) as an exemplary program in the 15 cooperating states that are part of this commission. Our faculty prides itself in being a National leader in Rehabilitation Counseling Education. Please let us know if we can help answer questions about this program, your career, or application requirements.

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If you haven’t found the information you need or are still not sure where to direct your question, contact Kathy Heide -Program Assistant or 503-838-8322 Fax: 503-838-8228

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"I've never had a bad experience with any faculty. They've all pushed me, challenged me, and made me a better person. I contribute a lot of my success to them. They genuinely care about your education and give you the time you need to do what you need to do," she said, adding that her professors are who she looks up to.

Alyssa McVay '12

MS in Rehabilitation Counseling

"The RCE faculty have been an enormous source of support to me. I cherish their humane attitude of caring and respect toward the students. I appreciate their vast knowledge and support of Deaf-related issues. I have immensely enjoyed the small class size of the program; it allowed students to discuss and share experiences, enhancing our textbook learning and giving us an opportunity to learn from one another."

Lior Azen

MS in Rehabilitation Counseling