The program will prepare you to assess and to provide psychotherapy or counseling to people in need. It has a strong clinical component and meets the academic requirements for the Texas Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) credential. With this license, you can practice as a professional counselor in your own practice, for a mental health agency, a psychiatric hospital, a residential treatment center, or a university counseling center, among other sites.
As an LPC, your professional practice may involve assessment, intervention, and/or consultation.
-Evaluation and classification of normal and maladaptive behavior
-Administration, scoring, and interpretation of standardized intelligence and personality tests
-Writing evaluations for a variety of clients
-Help individuals solve life problems and create more fulfilling lives
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