Program 3 Combined License & M.A.
(Part one of four)
Procedures and Requirements
Individuals who already hold a Bachelors degree in counseling or a related/ accepted
field may elect to complete the requirements for license and qualify for an
M.A. in Clinical Christian Counseling.
Complete Phase I
Each candidate must complete the following 5 courses:
Basic Christian Counseling
Christian Counseling: Integrating Temperament and Psychology
Each candidate must:
• Complete a practicum. This consist of administering the A.P.S.
to 10 individuals and (3) hours of clinical supervision under the
direction of an assigned and approved clinical supervisor.
• Upon completion of the required courses, submit the following:
a. Written responses to 50 ethical questions posed by the N.C.C.A.’s Licensing Board of Examiners
b. $50 for first year’s annual dues.
c. A signed Application for Certification/Membership form and a signed copy of
N.C.C.A.’s Code of Ethical Standards.