CONGRATS! You’ve made it to upper education. Maybe you’re the first in your family to go to college, or maybe you’re working towards your second career. Either way, well done-you’re doing it!

You’ve been pushing towards your degree completion and you’re almost there. But maybe there are times you doubt your choice and what your next steps are. Deep breath. It won’t be easy. Whether you’re pursuing your bachelors degree, masters or doctorate- it will be tough. But let’s think about your odds- You’ve been through 100% of the tough stuff so far.

Sarah loves meeting graduate students and helping them complete various assignments and projects. That usually comes in the form of an interview your school has you complete with a local mental health professional. Whether that’s speaking generally to “a day in the life of a counselor” or more specifically for dissertations or data support, Sarah can help.

If you’re further along into your academic career and are considering taking your NCE and becoming a licensed mental health counselor, take a look at the checklist below for step by step guidance on how to apply for your LPC-associate license in Texas.


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If you’ve got an assignment to interview a counselor in your community but aren’t sure where to start, I can help. I remember that assignment too and enjoy donating my time to help you complete your school assignment.


Here is a simple checklist on how to go about obtaining an LPC associate license if that’s what’s next on your list. A step by step checklist on how to obtain your LPC associate license in Texas.




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