Counseling Licensure Examination in GA

One Exam, One License to Practice A few years ago there was an effort to require the NCE (National Counseling Exam) for the Associate Professional Counselor status and the NCMHCE (National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam) for the Licensed Professional Counselor designation. Ultimately this measure did not stand because it would mean applicants were being … Read more

APC (LAPC) Status in Georgia, Ethics and Private Practice

Proper Guidance Associate Professional Counselors in Georgia face a series of dilemmas and challenges. The biggest of these challenges is obtaining proper guidance as they navigate the pre-licensure process. The greatest single source of proper guidance is the clinical supervisor. Many clinical supervisors are equipped to provide guidance and feedback on therapy, diagnosis, treatment planning … Read more

Tips for Getting on Track and Staying on Track for LPC Licensure in Georgia

Pursuing Counseling Licensure in the State of Georgia It can be very confusing pursuing licensure in Georgia. It is up to every applicant for associate or full licensure to review and follow the board rules and Georgia laws. This blog post is dated April 12, 2017. I am not on the composite board nor do … Read more

The Use of LAPC vs APC as it Relates to Associate Counselors in the State of GA

To learn more of my thoughts on this topic and how it relates to private practice, supervision and contractual agreements that impact clients. See the blog post Associate Counselors, Private Practice, and Non-Compete Clauses!