Licensed Professional Counselor
A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) has a degree in mental health services and is trained to work with families, individuals, and groups in treating emotional, behavioral, and mental problems.
LPC and LPCC Qualifications
- Possession of a master’s or doctoral degree in counseling.
- Completed and passed the National Counselor Examination (NCE).
- Supervised clinical experience.
Why Join the ACT team?
We can help with the supervised experience in our in-office counseling environment. Once you have completed your requisite hours, you can be trained in teletherapy, allowing you the convenience of working some or all your time remotely.
We handle the administrative details!
ACT does all the heavy lifting. We take care of acquiring clients, billing, insurance, support, and operations. We handle it all for you and offer you the flexibility to work full or part-time. Maximize your income by focusing on billable hours, not on billing!
In Person Counseling and/or Teletherapy
If you are a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) we encourage to apply and join our growing team!
You have the option of working in office, remotely, or a combination of both.
Experience counseling adults, couples, and/or teens. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Reliable Internet connection for teletherapy. US resident with one of the aforementioned licenses.
Note: Counselors are independent providers, not ACT Teletherapy employees.
Complete the form below and our staff will contact you. Thank you for your interest in joining our team.
Our Areas of Focus and Expertise
- Unexpected Mood Swings
- Stress & Anxiety
- Someone to Talk To
- Family Member Conflict
- Pain Management
- Marriage Revitalization
- Low Self-Esteem
- Job Loss or Change
- Irregular Sleep Cycles
- Couples Infidelity
- Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Pre/Post-Operative Therapy
- Isolation & Loneliness
- Strained Relationships
- Issues of Grief and Loss
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Call for questions or to book an appointment.
For emergencies, call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.