As counseling graduate students near the end of their program, they often wonder, “How do I get my LPC in Texas?” Dr. Fox tells us how. Keep reading!
It’s easy to get lost bridging from graduate to LPC Associate. Dr. Paul Carrola, counselor education professor at UT El Paso talks to me about how to successfully graduate from a mental health program and become a LPC Associate.
Creating a list of resources and tips is a great way new counselors in supervision can hit the ground running no matter WHAT kind of a clinical supervision experience they are having.
The Insufficient Intern Supervisees often react negatively to clients because they feel insufficient. “I don’t understand my client’s [poly-amorous lifestyle, choice to have an abortion, sexual orientation, gender] how can I possibly help them?” The insecurity that comes from feeling …
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Texas LPC Associate remediation doesn’t have to negatively impact the supervisory relationship. Following the remediation rule starts with a great contract, thorough orientation, and consistent evaluation. If your supervisee is struggling, unless it is an egregious offense, now you have some great steps to follow through on a remediation that will teach and protect your license.