Any idea how many hours it takes to become a Licensed Professional Counselor in PA?
The state of Pennsylvania requires 3,000 hours of supervised clinical experience prior to licensure.
Our trained licensure supervisors are currently taking applications to begin providing counseling supervision for those who adhere to strict ethical and professional standards that are looking to improve their counseling skills. If you are in need of LPC supervision, please contact us to set up a free consultation session to see if our services would be a good match for your needs.
Information about professional licensure in Pennsylvania can be found here:
Supervision with John Dennis
I love working with counselors in supervision. My purpose in life is to help as many people as I can–whether through direct counseling, training, consultation, or supervision. In direct service, I can impact the clients I help; however, in supervision, I’m able to impact your entire client caseload as well. As an Approved Clinical Supervisor with the NBCC, I have 6+ years of experience in supervising counselors towards state licensure. If you are interested in a free consultation to determine if we would be a good fit for starting licensure, please contact us.
“I gained a heap of knowledge and clinical experience under the supervision of John Dennis. I was taught that even in my struggles and times of discouragement/disappointment that I must continue to persevere in order to gain my prize as an end result. I truly thank John for all of his dedication, support, and encouragement.” –Contina Savage, MA, LMHP-R
“Supervision with John Dennis was a weekly treat, because even with the most extreme mental health areas of need encompassing my clients, John was readily accessible and prepared with eclectic research based solutions fostering clinical success.” –LaNeen White, MA, QMHP
“I could actually give a book about all the support and help and knowledge John shared not with just me but everyone around him. John always encourages, lifts, and strengthens those around him with positive energy and support. He truly has a heart for people and shares that gift with everyone.” –Rudy Zavala, BS, QMHP