The National Certified Counselor (NCC) shows colleagues and the public that you have voluntarily met high national standards for the general practice of counseling to become a board certified counselor. NBCC also offers three specialty certifications.
NBCC supports the counseling profession and the work of board certified counselors through many initiatives at the local, state, and federal levels.
NBCC’s current government affairs objectives include:
If you want to advance the counseling profession and receive additional news about government affairs activities, join the NBCC grassroots network by emailing your contact information and National Certified Counselor (NCC) number to firstname.lastname@example.org. NBCC’s grassroots network consists of board certified counselors who care about important issues and are motivated to get involved by contacting their legislators to help pass measures that support the profession.
Our state licensure board directory allows you to find applicable contact information, available licenses, and required examinations in the state where you are seeking licensure.
We’ve partnered with Lockton Affinity to offer our board certified counselors professional liability insurance designed specifically for NCCs that offers peace of mind whether you work in an agency or in private practice.
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