Federal Requirement for Professional Licensure Disclosure

A new federal rule went into effect on July 1, 2020 that requires all institutions of higher education, receiving federal financial aid, to inform students if they will be qualified to practice in the state where they are situated upon graduation. This rule is applicable to every profession that requires a license to practice in... Read More


CACREP degree to be required for counselor licensure in North Carolina

The North Carolina State Legislature passed a bill changing the requirements to become a licensed professional counselor. The highlights of the changes include the following: After July 1, 2022, applicants must meet all of the following criteria: Possession of a master’s degree (minimum of 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours ) in counseling or... Read More


Counseling Today: CACREP degree to be required for counselor licensure in Ohio

“Starting in 2018, a counselor graduating from an Ohio counselor program designed for licensure will need to have graduated from a clinical mental health, clinical rehabilitation or addiction counseling program accredited by CACREP to be considered for licensure in Ohio.” Read more.   Read More


New Tri-Care Regulations Will Require CACREP

DoD’s regulations were released in the Federal Register of December 27, 2011 and take effect immediately. Read More