An LPC guides those struggling with many of life's challenges.
- Holds a Master's or higher degree in Counseling
- Has 4 years of Clinical Internship with directed and supervised experience
- Is licensed by the Secretary of State of Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapist
- Completes yearly continuing education and training required for state licensure.
An LPC provides counseling and support to individuals diagnosed with clinical disorders.
- Relationships, life transitions, career decisions, personal growth, trauma, grief, anger, etc.
An LPC helps people heal, grow, and achieve their life goals.
- Depression, anxiety, unwanted thoughts, substance abuse, addictions, self-harming behaviors, etc.
- Works with children, adolescents, and adults.
- Addresses the needs of families, groups, and individuals.
- Serves in private practice settings, schools, clinics, agencies, and hospitals.
There may be a point in your life which you would like to talk with a mental health professional; you want a licensed professional with whom to talk through your thoughts and feelings. Below are steps to take to help you find the right counselor for you.