Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors or LCPS's are individuals who may provide services involving the application of counseling principles and methods in the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and improvement of psychological, emotional and/or mental conditions of individuals or groups. LCPC's are employed in a variety of work settings including private practice, community mental health programs, psychiatric programs, school settings, hospitals, employee assistance programs and community colleges to name a few. Since licensure broadens the scope of practice for professional counselors, LCPC's have many career options.
Join us on Tuesday, March 19, with Mr. Anthony S. Parente, M.A., L.C.P.C director of the Master's Plus and Certificate of Advanced Studies Program to learn more about: educational requirements, curriculum, clinical counseling experience/supervision, and the admission process. Our discussion will include the licensed graduate professional counselor and licensed clinical professional counselor as well. We will review the educational and examination requirements and how Loyola University can meet those needs and expand your career opportunities. A Master's Degree is required for admission.
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