Become A CPCS in Three EASY Steps!


 What degree did you put on your LPC application? 

If you used your Masters degree to get your LPC you must wait THREE (3) years to supervise.

Applied for LPC with MA/MS Applied for LPC with Ed.S Applied For LPC with PhD
Must be licensed as LPC for 3 years Must be licensed as LPC for 2 years Must be licensed as LPC for 1 year

 

New to Georgia?

Were you licensed at the highest level in your state for at least 3 years?  Did the GA Licensing Board grant you an LPC?  You may qualify for the CPCS program.   Jurisprudence Exam.  The Exam can be found under the Career & Training drop down tab https://lpcag.mclms.net/en/

 

For Details CLICK HERE  


 

You must complete one of training options below: 

Option A: 24 Hours of Continuing Education in Supervision

Option B: Completed ACS Training and Received Certification

Need More Information? Need Training? CLICK HERE

 


 

Application Click Here

(Only Online Applications are Accepted)

(TO GET MEMBER PRICING YOU MUST JOIN FIRST THEN COMPLETE APPLICATION)   

 CPCS Fees

 

 Clinical Members of 

LPCA of GA

Non-Member
Application Fee  Included $169.00  PLUS *Yearly Maintenance   
Maintenance Fee Included

$75.00 +
due at certification

Bi-Annual Re certification Fee

(2022, 2024, 2026 etc.)

Included  $100.00
     

 

For More Information on Fees: Click Here

Please allow up to 30 business days for a completed application to be reviewed 
(MUST have all of the following:  i.e., application, documentation, license documentation from SOS website.)

 

Questions about fees should be directed to [email protected].

 

(Only Online Applications are Accepted)

(TO GET MEMBER PRICING YOU MUST JOIN FIRST THEN COMPLETE APPLICATION)