A "licensed professional counselor" is a person engaged in the practice of counseling who holds a license as a licensed professional counselor issued under the provisions of the North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselors Act.
Must complete all requirements before license can be issued. (NCGS § 90-336)
For the LPC to LPCA application, applicants must have an active LPCA license at the time the application is reviewed by the Board. LPCAs must continue to practice under supervision until the LPC license is issued.
The LPC to LPCA application consists of the following items:
To be licensed as a LPC in the state of North Carolina an individual must meet the following requirements:
Endorsement applicants must have an active, unrestricted license in good standing as a licensed professional counselor in another state for a minimum of two years directly prior to application.
If disciplinary action has occurred prior to application, each case will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Out-of-State License Verification Form, which is to be completed by the current state licensure board.
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