LPC Board Meetings
Once again our intrepid reporter/traveler, Kathleen Mills makes the long, straight, drive to Austin to cover the LPC Board Meeting. In this 45-minute recap you’ll learn what was covered during the main sessions of this quarter’s gathering, and visualize the fireworks associated with a petition submitted to the Board by a group of interns.
This course offers a 2-fer! First, you get a detailed overview of what went on at the Feb 2019 LPC Board Meeting and, boy, Kathleen takes detailed notes!
Then, she’ll give you a specific recap on how the rules have changed for any counselor whom produces and distributes (CE) continuing education courses. In fact, this topic is a 2-sided coin; half of it is for CE providers and the other part applies to the counselors that consume those CE units. So, yes, this applies to you!
Kathleen is making a habit of attending the quarterly LPC Board meetings and she has successfully found her way home from yet another. This is the next best thing to being there yourself so if you can’t bum a ride with Kathleen to the state capital, buy this course, the Cliff-Notes of LPC Board Meetings, listen intently and you’ll know what she knows!
One more time Kathleen hits the road at 6AM for the arduous trip to Austin, TX to attend yet another LPC Board Meeting. This one took place in early May of 2019 and it sounds like the Board is making some progress in some areas, running idle in others, and losing a step in a couple with the net progress in the positive category! This material is for any counselor who simply wants to stay in the know about what’s going on in Austin and how it will affect the way you operate your business, or if you work for someone else, how it will affect your profession and trickle down to you. Make it a practice to either attend these meetings yourself or avail yourself of Kathleen’s recap and you’ll be a 5%-er. She spent more on gas down there and back than you will looking over her shoulder at her notes!
In this, Part 2, of Kathleen’s report on The Sunset Commission’s work, she’ll dive deeper into more of the details and proposals of TSC and tell you what the implications of the proposed changes are.
Kathleen actually traveled to Austin to make a public statement before The Sunset Commission. In this course, find out what she said and why.
Once every 12 years the State of Texas convenes, “The Sunset Commission”, to review a lot of things, including the LPC and other professional designations’ licensing Boards’. It’s an accountability undertaking and this time around it will probably result in a lot of changes to the world of the Texas LPC. As usual, Kathleen Mills is on top of it, so she can keep you on top of things. Have a listen to Pt. 1 of her report.