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Reason to Earn a CCE Credential: Credibility

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CCE Updates

Changes to ACS Credential Requirements for 2016

Beginning July 1, 2016, the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) will make several upgrades to the Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential requirements. In order to align with more stringent state-by-state counselor standards, CCE will incorporate the following changes for the ACS:

  • Mental health experiences will increase to 5 years and 4,000 hours
  • Alternate entry will be eliminated
  • Supervision training course will increase to 45 clock hours
  • Continuing Education in clinical supervision will increase to 20 clock hours

Specific degrees, licensure, PDS and clinical supervision requirements will continue as currently noted in the ACS application packet.

The ACS credential is specifically named in 14 state counselor regulations for supervisors. It is also accepted by other states that indicate a nationally recognized credential in supervision.

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A World View

At the CCE, a universal perspective means our world view is influenced by our global presence and many partnerships. The impact of our work can be found around the world.

The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) has approved its first Board Certified Coach (BCC) training provider in India.

Coacharya, 2014 winner of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council’s coaching award, will train executives, academics and professionals for the BCC certification. Coacharya’s clients include Boeing, Volvo, Citigroup, Bosch, Unilever, Deutsche Bank, the World Bank, Whirlpool, Yahoo!, Nokia and Oracle. Coacharya has training centers in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi, India.

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Looking for a CCE credential holder in your area?

The CCE credential holder directory identifies those individuals who have satisfied the credentialing standards established by our organization.

You may access the directory from the adjacent link. When the map appears, choose the state in which you wish to search.

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