Combined License and 2nd Doctorate
Individuals who already hold a Doctorate degree in counseling or a related/accepted field may elect to complete the requirements for licensure and qualify for a second Doctorate degree in Clinical Christian Counseling. This program requires a non-refundable enrollment fee, 9 core courses, clinical supervision, academic supervision, completion of 25 APS assessments, written responses to 50 ethical questions posed by the NCCA Board, a ministerial credential, 4 advanced courses, and a matriculation fee. At the end of the program the candidate will receive a Doctorate degree in Clinical Christian Counseling, Advanced Certification as a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor and appropriate Board Certification for selected specialty areas. Additionally, the candidate will receive a Professional Clinical Membership in the NCCA.