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Lost in the Process

Because licensure is a complicated process, rules and laws are changing, LPCA provides 3 options for receiving help with the process.

Tuesday and Wednesdays are Phone/Office Consultation Days.
Consultation must be scheduled in advance.  REGISTRATION CLICK HERE
 Email / Phone Consultation Regarding counselor issues; applications & credential, Individual, and/or ongoing consultation (up to 30 minutes) with the members of LPCA’s Support Committee   Free to LPCA members$75.00 non-members 


 Office Consultation Personal Service (up to 1 hour): In person assistance. Because this is personal service, the committee will need detailed information so they can guide you appropriately.   Cost per 1 hour session - $65.00 LPCA members$90.00 non-members 

 Please note: This review/consultation is not a guarantee of acceptance or licensure by the GA Composite Board of PC, SW, MFT “the Licensing Board. “

DISCLAIMER:  These materials have been prepared for information purposes only and are not legal advice.  The information provided does not guarantee licensure. This information is not intended to create, supplement and receipt of it does not constitute Legal advice. Readers should not act upon this information without reading the rules and laws listed on the Secretary of State Georgia Composite Board of Licensed Professional Counselor, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapist, the “board” The Board is charged by law with regulating the practice of professional counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of Georgia.  It does so by enforcing the education and training requirements established by law for licensure in each profession, by adopting and enforcing a code of ethics governing licensees, by establishing and enforcing continuing education requirements, and by addressing unlicensed practice in these professions.