Certified Christian Counselor - CCT: A layperson working in a counseling or mental health field
Licensed Christian Counselor - CCT: 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 Bachelorís degree and has completed an internship under recognized supervision in Pastoral Counseling
Certified Clinical Christian Therapist - CCCT: A person working towards a Masterís degree in mental health from an accredited college or university
Licensed Clinical Christian Therapist - LCCT: A person who holds a Masterís 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 Masterís degree in mental health under the supervision of a FACCT approved supervisor
Licensed Christian Marriage and Family Therapist - LCMFT: A person who holds a Masterís degree and has completed practicum, internship and supervision
Licensed Clinical Christian Psychologist - LCCP or CPY for PhDs or EDís: A person who holds a PhD in Psychology or related discipline having completed internship and supervision
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
Please note: Membership in FACCT is required before certification or licensure can be processed.† Other memberships are available for persons desiring to support our goals.† Accountability is necessary if FACCT is to preserve credibility and maintain an organization that is above reproach in the sight of God and men.
Steps to becoming licensed with FACCT:
1 - Become a member of FACCT - The first step is to apply for membership - see Become a Member and download membership application, complete form, and mail with appropriate fee to† Dr. Rodney Paige (address on form).
2 - Requirements for license - Degrees and training appropriate for license desired and 30 credit hours of Bible classes or equivalent are required for all FACCT licenses.†† Membership in FACCT also is required.
3 - Pre-application - Once you have received your membership certificate, you may submit a pre-application for licensure or certification. This will allow the licensure board to look over your credentials and advise you about licensing with FACCT. See FACCT Licensing and download pre-application form, complete and mail with $35 (non-refundable administrative fee) to Dr. Buddy Morrow (address on form).
4 - Apply for license - After consulting with the licensure board, you will need to submit† the complete application for license or certification which you will download from this site. Complete and mail application to Dr. Morrow and the licensure board along with appropriate fee.†
Note: License fees vary depending on the certification or license requested.†††
Licensing and Certification Opportunities