LPC Supervisor 40 Hour Training
Are You Ready to Become an LPC Supervisor and Network with other LPC's?
Join me for an LPC Supervisor training with real life examples, years of experience and a broad multicultural lens. This training is approved for the required 40-hours of LPC supervisor training.
LPC Board of Texas Guidelines for LPC Supervisors:
Applicants for LPC supervisor status must have held the regular license in good standing for at least 60 months from the date of issuance. And, application for supervision status must be submitted within 2 years of completing the 40-hour supervision training. (Texas Administrative Code RULE §681.93). If you have not had your LPC license for at least 60 months (5 years) by the date of this training it may be a good idea to wait for a later training. THIS TRAINING IS FOR LPC's ONLY. Registration payments are non refundable.
LPC Supervisor Training Dates and Details:
January 30-31st, 2020
Registration Fee: $670 and must be paid in full before pre-work home study materials are sent.
The course is designed to meet the 40-hour requirement for counselors seeking qualification in Texas as supervisor for Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC). Participants will receive 40 continuing education contact hours with 12 of these hours in Ethics. Training consists of two mandatory sections.
Section 1: Pre-Work Home Study Portion
The prework will be available via online access at the time the registration fee is received. All assignments must be uploaded and completed on the first day of training. No CEU certificate will be provided until all of the home study portion is completed.
Section 2: Face to Face Portion:
Thursday: 8:30am to 5:30pm and Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm. Participants must attend all 2 days of training to receive CEU certificate.
Registration Fee Includes:
- 40 CE Hours including 12 Hours of Ethics in the Online and Face to Face Training
- Training Coursework
- Electronic Document Access
- To define and conceptualize supervision and models of supervision in counseling and therapy.
- To develop effective supervisory relationships.
- To develop effective supervisory skills and techniques.
- To understand multicultural aspects in supervision.
- To understand ethical, legal, and professional issues in supervision.
- To develop executive and administrative skills for supervision.