- __________ is the ability of professionals to move their licensed status from state to state.
- Divisions can be categorized as __________ divisions or __________ divisions.
|b.||passion; work setting|
|d.||work setting; specialty|
- Which of the following is NOT one of the four ACA regions?
- Portability allows
|a.||a multicultural approach to counseling.|
|b.||professionals to use standardized practices.|
|c.||professionals to move their license from state to state.|
|d.||the public to know that they are protected.|
- The American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) is an example of a
|a.||Both of the above|
|b.||work setting division.|
|c.||None of the above|
- ____________ was the final state to issue licenses for professional counselors.
- Which ACA division is nicknamed “the heart and conscience of the counseling profession”?
|a.||Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC)|
|b.||Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ)|
|c.||International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC)|
|d.||Association for Humanistic Counseling (AHC)|
- Credentialing laws for the counseling profession have been left to the
- Which of the following is NOT true about the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)?
|a.||NBCC recruits non-profit organizations to sponsor certification testing.|
|b.||NBCC manages specialty certifications for clinical mental health and addictions counselors.|
|c.||NBCC oversees the national certification process.|
|d.||NBCC manages certification examinations.|
- Title acts differ from practice acts in that title acts
|a.||allow graduates of counselor education programs to call themselves licensed professional counselors.|
|b.||prohibit individuals from performing the activities associated with professional counseling.|
|c.||require individuals to meet state licensure requirements.|
|d.||allow individuals to practice the profession of counseling so long as they do not call themselves licensed professional counselors.|
- The four levels of credentialing procedures, ranging from least prestigious to most prestigious, are ______________.
|a.||certification, inspection, licensure, and registration|
|b.||inspection, registration, certification, and licensure|
|c.||inspection, licensure, certification, and registration|
|d.||registration, certification, inspection, and licensure|
- Which of the following statements is NOT true about credentialing laws for the counseling profession?
|a.||Many states accredit graduate school counseling programs in conjunction with national accreditation processes.|
|b.||Credentialing procedures are different from state to state.|
|c.||Credentialing laws are established by the national government.|
|d.||Professional policies and laws, particularly credentialing, are still being established.|
- The process by which states reach agreements that allow for out-of-state licenses to be accepted so long as all state fees are paid is known as
- Decisions of the CACREP board regarding accreditation of a program can include all of the following EXCEPT
|a.||denial of accreditation.|
|d.||2-year provisional accreditation.|
- __________ protects public interest, ensures that graduate students have met high standards, and identifies educational programs that meet minimum standards for faculty composition, curriculum, and student services.
- The minimum number of supervised clinical hours an applicant must accumulate before applying for a counseling license