Recognized as the Most Outstanding State Association in the USA
by the American Mental Health Counselors Association
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What Does the CPCS
Do for You?
The CPCS credential attests to the educational background, knowledge, skills, and competencies of the Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. It also:
Generates supervisee referrals for you through the LPCA website listing service, linking potential supervisees to nearby CPCSs
Advances and attests to your professional accountability and visibility
Ensures a state standard developed by peer professionals, not legislators
Allows online access to verification of CPCS certification
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Why use a Certified Professional
Counselor Supervisor (CPCS)?
Professional Standards of Excellence. Using a CPCS-credentialed supervisor provides the supervise with a supervisor whose education, experience, and ethical guidelines exceed those currently required by the state licensure board, giving future counselors the training to become exceptional Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs).
Ethics Adherence. In addition to following the Code of Ethics required by law, Certified Professional Counselor Supervisors adhere to the CPCS Code of Ethics. These standards exceed the current state licensure requirements.
Continuing Education Requirements. In order to be certified, a supervisor must have a minimum of 24 direct clock hours of approved continuing education (CE) workshops about clinical supervision. Trainers must meet the continuing education standards established by LPCA of Georgia. In order to renew certification, a process that occurs once every two years, a CPCS must provide proof of at least 12 additional CE hours in clinical supervision workshops.