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Supervision Requirements for LPCC

Two years and minimum of 3,000 hours are required.


Of the 3,000 hours, 50% must be clinical services that include diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.


Of the 3, 000 hours a minimum of 1,500 are required to complete each year of supervised practice year. You may take longer than a year to get 1,500 hours then start the second year.


If you have a doctorate in counseling, you may receive credit for up to one year of supervised practice in a doctoral internship with clinical focus. 


 

Submit a, Clinical Field Evaluation & Verification of Supervised Experience  to document your doctoral internship hours of supervised practice.

 

Of the 1,500 each year

 

You will need to average one hour for every 20 hours worked (face-to-face supervision – group or individual) with your supervisor who must be a PCC-S. This will require a minimum of 75 hours per year for a total of 150 required hours.

 

 

The first 1,500 hours completed must be documented by sending in the first Clinical Field Evaluation & Supervision Evaluation & Verification form. Ultimately, a minimum of two (2) “Clinical Field Evaluation & Verification of Supervised Experience” forms must be submitted) Even if you complete both your training (1,500 per year) and supervision (total of 150) hours, you will need to continue until the two years of work experience have been completed. At that time, your supervisor is able to complete the final Clinical Field Evaluation & Verification of Supervised Experience 

 

 

If you have a doctorate in counseling, you may receive credit for up to one year of supervised practice in a doctoral internship with clinical focus.  Submit a Clinical Field Evaluation & Verification of Supervised Experience to document your doctoral internship hours of supervised practice.

 


PLEASE NOTE It is extremely important that the PC keep a log of all “training supervision” to document all face-to-face supervision.  This is the sole responsibility of the supervisee.