Dr. Ray’s Answer
I agree with Linda's response which seems very complete to me. I will only add that doctoral programs in clinical and counseling psychology are very similar, and it doesn't make much difference which you graduate from as far as what kinds of jobs for you are qualified. My degree was in clinical psychology but I worked for a time in a university counseling center. I also know people with counseling psychology degrees who have worked in psychiatric hospitals and mental health clinics which deal with more severe problems. Some people have a preference for working problems of normal people, which you seem to be implying about yourself. If that is true you might prefer a counseling psychology program, but again there is a very thin line between the two.
I would also like to reinforce Linda's comments that the path to becoming a fully licensed psychologist is a long one, and you should also look at master's degree programs in counseling and social work, which would allow you to be licensed after two years of graduate school. Unfortunately there are very few jobs that require a bachelor's degree in psychology, but probation officers and child protective service workers are ones that do.
I encourage you to keep exploring and gathering information, for example by talking to your school counselor. You have plenty of time to make these decisions so try not to stress about them. I wish you the best in your career and life pursuits.
Ray Finn, Ph.D.