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Please note:Membership in FACCT is requiredbefore the certification or licensure process can begin. Other memberships within FACCT are available for persons desiring to support our goals.
Certified Christian Counselor - CCC: A layperson working in a counseling or mental health field
Licensed Christian Counselor - LCC: A layperson working in a counseling or mental health field meeting certain requirements
Certified Clinical Temperament Therapist - CCTT: A person who is in the process of Temperament Training
Licensed Clinical Temperament Therapist - LCTT: A person who has completed the Temperament Training, internship and supervision
Certified Pastoral Counselor - CPC: A Minister who practices in the area of counseling
Licensed Pastoral Counselor - LPC: A Minister who holds a Bachelor’s degree and has completed an internship under recognized supervision in Pastoral Counseling
Certified Clinical Christian Therapist - CCCT: A person working towards a Master’s degree in mental health from an accredited college or university
Licensed Clinical Christian Therapist - LCCT: A person who holds a Master’s degree in mental health and has completed practicum, internship and supervision
Certified Christian Social Worker - CCSW: A person working toward and MSW degree from an accredited college or university
Licensed Clinical Christian Social Worker - LCCSW: A person who hold an MSW degree from an accredited college or university
Certified Christian Marriage and Family Therapist - CCMFT: A person working toward a Master’s degree in mental health under the supervision of a FACCT approved supervisor
Licensed Christian Marriage and Family Therapist - LCMFT: A person who holds a Master’s degree and has completed practicum, internship and supervision
Licensed Clinical Christian Psychologist - LCCP or CPY (for Ph.D.'s or E.D.’s): A person who holds a Ph.D. in Psychology or related discipline having completed internship and supervision
Board Certified Chaplain - BCC: A FACCT Member who holds an active FACCT certification or license in Christian or Pastoral Counseling and/or meets the other educational, training, and experience in chaplaincy and passes Chaplaincy Board examination and approval.
Board Certified Supervisor - BCS: A FACCT member who holds an active FACCT license
Board Certified Instructor - BCI: A FACCT member qualified to teach in specified areas who holds an active FACCT license
***FACCT also certifies other areas of competency, such as: substance abuse counseling, batterer's intervention, divorced parenting, nutritionist, sex offender therapist, social worker, etc. Please contact our headquarters office at 352-429-5600 to get more information on how to become certified in any of these areas.
How do I become licensed with FACCT?
1 - Become a member. (See Become a Member page)
2 - Download Pre-Application form, complete and print. Mail-in with $35.00 fee to the address on the form. The Full Application will be emailed to you after we receive your Pre-Application.
***For any and all questions concerning membership, certifications, and licensure, please contact our FACCT National Headquarters office at 352-429-5600:
President -- Dr. Joseph Wm. Nussbaumer, Jr., Ph.D., c/psy
Administrator -- Rev. Kevin M. Drinka
Membership Chair -- Dr. Max High, D.Th - LCMFT
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