Distance Credentialed Counselor
DCC applicants must provide documentation of successful completion of an approved DCC training course. Applicants must apply within five years of completing the DCC training.
To learn more about the DCC training courses, online options and in-person training locations, or to register for a DCC training, please consider each of the following approved provider Web sites:
Requirements to attend the DCC Training Program include:
- Master's degree in counseling or a mental health related field.
Requirements to attend the DCC Training Program AND obtain the DCC Credential include:
- A master's degree in counseling or related mental health field from a regionally accredited college or university.
- A license to practice counseling or a related field in the state or country in which the candidate resides or works OR certification in good standing as a National Certified Counselor (NCC).
- Successful completion of the 15 hour DCC Training Program and the DCC written Training Accountability Requirement (TAR) document.
Foreign Degree Equivalency Note
Candidates who have completed their degrees from a school outside of the United States must have their degree evaluated by an international transcript evaluation service and submit the results to CCE with the application. CCE accepts evaluation of non-U.S. transcripts completed by World Education Services, Inc., Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc., and American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers' Office of International Education Services.