We encourage you to review the website to learn more about the professional counselor licensure process in the state of North Carolina.
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The Secretary of State's Office has received reports that a NC company, NC Certificate Service, is mailing out a "2019 Certificate of Existence Request Form" to recently formed companies. The misleading mailing implies that business entities are required to obtain a "Certificate of Existence". The Secretary of State does have a Certificate of Existence that companies registered with their Business Registration Division can request it you choose, for a much smaller fee.
NCBLPC licenses Licensed Professional Counselors Associates (LPCAs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs), and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisors (LPCSs). Unless exempt for licensure under NC GS Article 24 § 90-332.1, any person engaged in the practice of counseling in the state of North Carolina must be actively licensed by the Board.
Look up, verify and monitor counselor licenses anytime and anywhere. The licensing information on the Board's website comes directly from the Board's licensing records.
Use our counselor search tool to find a counselor’s in your area. NCBLPC’s counselor search lists individuals that are licensed to practice in North Carolina.
If you wish to file a complaint against a North Carolina licensed professional counselor, you may do so by submitting the complaint to the Board.
The North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors’ mission under NC GS Article 24 90-329 states that, it is declared to be the public policy of this State that the activities of persons who render counseling services to the public be regulated to insure the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare.
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