Supervision in the clinical practice of therapeutic counseling may lead to licensure in clinical counseling (LPCC) in Kentucky and other states. Candidates for licensure can apply to the Kentucky Board of Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors to have h/er credentials evaluated to be granted a license as a professional clinical counselor associate (LPCA). LPCAs can engage in the practice of professional counseling in Kentucky under an approved clinical supervisor. LPCAs with appropriate supervised experience can apply to the Board to become a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC). An LPCC can engage in the independent practice of professional counseling in Kentucky. Prospective students are encouraged to become acquainted with the licensure requirements in the state in which they plan to practice.
If you are interested in seeking a license in professional clinical counseling in Kentucky (LPCC), please contact me at (859) 321-4956 or at firstname.lastname@example.org License Number: KY-0018. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and PayPal accepted.
201 KAR 36:060 requires that any licensed professional clinical counselor, and all other professions providing supervision (including licensed psychologist or certified psychologist with autonomous functioning, licensed clinical social worker, licensed psychiatrist, nurse with a master’s degree in psychiatric certification, or licensed marriage and family therapist) for licensed professional counseling associates (LPCA), complete board approved supervision training by Oct. 31, 2010 in order to continue providing supervision. This training is mandatory for all persons providing supervision for an LPCA, whether or not your respective board requires its own training.
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