Mental Health and Addiction Counseling and Education
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Thank you for stopping by. Feel free to call 651.494.4583 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to ask questions or see if this is a fit for you.
Licensing and Credentials: I am a licensed and insured therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, #1896; Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, #304182 with publicly verifiable credentials. https://mn.gov/boards/behavioral-health/public and click on license verification, then enter my last name and my licenses will come up.
Education: I hold a Master of Arts degree in Addiction Counseling, Advanced Practice. My education post-master's degree includes a clinical supervision course to meet the requirements of supervising other licensed counselors, multiple continuing education courses and specialized training in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy with Dr. Debbie Joffe-Ellis, spouse of the late and highly respected Albert Ellis, PhD. My undergraduate degree is in Social Work with a minor in Counseling.
Experience: Please inquire for details. My career in human services spans several decades and I would be happy to share this information with you.
If you have any questions about my experience or approach please feel free to drop a line: email@example.com.
Thank you for stopping by. I look forward to meeting you.
Julie Ann Moylan Master of Arts in Addiction Counseling, Advanced Practice Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) Small detail you might care about: On a historical and informational note: Locally in Minnesota, there are several kinds of mental health licenses. LP is for a licensed , usually Doctorate level psychologist- although in Minnesota we used to license psychologists at the MA level; LMFT is the marriage and family therapy license which is generally 48 credits and 4000 post MA degree clinical hours; although there used to be a certificate program that prepared people for the license that was 30 credits, in the recent past; LICSW is the MSW version of independent clinical professional with a social work Master's degree, 60 credit MSW + 4000 hrs LPCC as stated can be 48 credits but in cases where there is a LPCC and LADC it is 60 credits in the MA, and the LADC can be awarded to a BA level and MA level professional.
In Minnesota, the quality and depth of education for the MA level LADC is exceptional.
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