We are pleased to announce that West Virginia has become our newest jurisprudence client, and its jurisprudence assessment will soon be offered by CCE Academy.
As part of our ongoing efforts to develop and evaluate our examinations, we will test an updated format of the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) in January 2024.
CCE’s state licensure facilitators play a key role in helping individuals become licensed professional counselors.
Antonio D. Conway, LPC, NCAC, LICDC, SAP, a student in the clinical mental health counseling program at John Carroll University, is one of 50 addictions counseling master’s students named as a 2022 NBCC Foundation MFP Fellow.
As CCE’s Business Development Specialist, Tamyia Turner manages the Registered Credential Training Provider (RCTP) and CCE Continuing Education Provider (CEP) programs.
Ivette Acevedo-Weatherholtz, NCC, ACS, RPT-S, LPCC, shares her thoughts about her work, winning one of CCE’s annual training awards, and obtaining the Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential.
The Mental Health Academy is hosting its free virtual Suicide Prevention Summit Aug. 26–27, 2023.
At the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE), our Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) provide welcoming and confident support to both internal and external staff in accordance with our policies, processes, and procedures.
Since 2014, CCE has helped the North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors (NCBLCMHC) in its work to support counselors and applicants and protect the public.
CCE is pleased to welcome the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board as an education review client. CCE staff will provide expert review to ensure that licensure candidates meet the state’s education requirements.
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