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Accreditation or Approval: Licensure requires a degree from a university that is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or its equivalent accrediting association, or a university that possessed unconditional approval by California's Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at the time of the applicant's graduation.
2012 Requirements: Those who begin graduate study on or after August 1, 2012 must meet requirements that went into effect on this date. Although those who earn degrees out-of-state will be able to complete these requirements post-degree, California applicants must graduate from a program that the Board of Behavioral Sciences has pre-approved. CALPCC has not reviewed the programs on this page to be sure that they meet the 2012 requirements.
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International University http://www.alliant.edu/cspp/programs-degrees/clinical-counseling/index.php
cutting-edge Clinical Counseling MA Program in San Francisco’s California
School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) prepares mental health professional
trainees to serve people and their communities. Students can also take
courses at our Mexico City campus to enhance their professional practice.
Contact Daniel Reese firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-955-2146.
Azusa Pacific University http://www.apu.edu/education/counselingpsych/programs
APU’s BBS approved
Master of Arts in Education: Clinical Counseling Program will equip candidates
with an in-depth understanding of the numerous issue and pressures facing
students and their families today. The program will also prepare students for
California state licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
information, contact Paul Bernard at: email@example.com or (626) 815-2180.
California Southern University
The CalSouthern Master of Arts in Psychology degree meets the educational requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences of the State of California for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) in California as well as for licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in California.
The Department of Counseling offers graduate
programs that include CACREP accredited master’s
programs in Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Marriage and
Family Counseling/Therapy; master’s degrees in Addiction and Career Counseling;
a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and certificate programs for
For more information
call 888-227-3552 to speak directly with an enrollment counselor.
Eisner Institute for Professional Studies www.eisnerinstitute.org
The Eisner Institute for Professional Studies offers a Masters of Arts in Psychology, which includes the BBS, approved coursework that meets the statutory requirements for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). EIPS offers a 100% online program with a rolling admission. Grandfathering and single courses available.
For Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 380-0185
Palo Alto University
Palo Alto University, located behind the foothills of Stanford University offers both residential evening and online M.A. Counseling programs. We are approved by the 2012 California BBS requirements to train licensed professional clinical counselors (LPCC) as well as LMFTs. With a renowned faculty, leadership in online and blended psychology education, Palo Alto University ranks as one of the top Northern California clinical psychology institutes.
University of Redlands www.redlands.edu/academics/school-of-education/11789.aspx
The Clinical Mental
Health Counseling MA (BBS approved) contains an embedded emphasis on issues of
social justice and advocacy, preparing students to engage in culturally
sensitive interventions with diverse populations. Students will be trained and
empowered to address larger systemic societal inequities that impact the mental
health of their clients.
Call (909) 748-8064
or email to email@example.com for more information.