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.
I challenge you to conduct a first session that informs, comforts, and creates buy-in so that your new client chooses you AND therapy.
If you’re interested in becoming an LPC supervisor in Texas, look for a course that teaches great systems including the interview process, the supervision contract, and the orientation-evaluation-remediation triad. Those systems will do more than keep you organized, they’ll mitigate liability. Read more!
Making the decision to become a LPC supervisor in Texas starts with knowing your eligibility. An excellent 40 Hour course will offer
Taking a Texas LPC Supervisor Training to become a LPC Supervisor will expand your skills, help you give back to the profession, and add another stream of income. The rule of thumb I teach is
LPC Associates cannot be independent and they CAN be self-employed. This is a niche for excellent LPC Supervisors. Here are the details…