Program 4 Combined License & Doctorate
(Part two of four)
Upon completion of Phase I requirements, subsequent review and acceptance, the candidate will qualify to receive:
• a Certified Temperament Counselor certificate and
• a Clinical Member (non-clergy) or Professional Clinical Member (clergy) certificate, membership card and lapel pin
Complete Phase II
Each candidate must complete the following 3 courses:
Mastering Pastoral Counseling Utilizing Temperament Temperament Case Studies
Counseling the Codependent
Each candidate must:
• Complete a practicum. This consists of administering the A.P.S. to 15
additional 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. A signed application for N.C.C.A. license.
b. The Notification and Release Form for Personal National Screening authorizing a national background check to verify
each candidate’s history.(Candidates with felony convictions do not qualify for licensing with the N.C.C.A.)
c. Submit current ministerial credentials. For further information please follow the link.
d. A certification / licensing fee of $100.
Upon completion of Phase II requirements, subsequent review and acceptance, the candidate will qualify to receive: