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Diplomate

Diplomate
Standards for certification at this level include:
  • Certification as an AAPC Fellow
  • Demonstrated achievement in at least three of the following areas:
    • academic (Doctoral level degree)
    • research
    • publication
    • leadership in AAPC
    • contribution to church and community
    • contribution to another mental health discipline
  • Hold a state license/certificate to supervise or be approved by a cognate group to supervise in specific mental health disciplines, or receive fifty hours of supervision of supervision
  • Provide at least 150 hours of pastoral counseling supervision
  • Submit a paper with annotation and bibliography of one's supervisory theory
  • Complete a minimum of 30 clock hours of graduate level course work in clinical supervision

AAPC News

  • Rev. Clinton D. McNair retires:Rev. Clinton D. McNair, Ph.D., retires from Seattle University School of Theology & Ministry+more
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  • Fulfilling the Behavioral Health Care Agenda:Fulfilling the Behavioral Health Care Agenda+more
  • AAPC Best Practices for Electronic Media:The Judicial Ethics Panel of AAPC has developed this set of "Best Practices for AAPC Members in Relation to Electronic Communication." +more

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