CCE Impact Book

• The CCE Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) Program includes a credential that identifies mental health professionals who have met national professional supervision standards. The ACS, which was established in 1998, promotes the clinical supervisor’s professional identity, visibility, and accountability and encourages professional growth. Fifteen states recognize the ACS as the supervision credential of choice. • The Board Certified Coach (BCC) certification has been a mark of distinction since 2011. A BCC has met professional coaching competency standards established by CCE and subject matter experts. Earning the Board Certified Coach credential solidifies the professional identity of the coach. Specialty designations are available in business and executive leadership coaching, career coaching, health and wellness coaching, and personal/life coaching. • The Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider (BC-TMH) certification, which was created in 2018, is designed to meet the growing need for telemental health. The BC-TMH gives mental health providers the training, knowledge, and credibility that clients and employers demand. Today’s professionals seek the best practices to offer safe and effective services to their clients. • The Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) credential was developed in 1998 by CCE in collaboration with the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee. GCDFs provide career development and guidance to those who are preparing to enter the workforce and others interested in changing or advancing their careers. More than 14,000 individuals have been credentialed as GCDFs in the U.S., and more than 30,000 have been credentialed as GCDFs in 23 countries.