Our staff at CFCC includes: a Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor (LPC-S), Licensed Professional Counselor, and Licensed Professional Counselor- Interns (LPC-I). All of our therapists have a deep sense of ministry, care, and integrity that enables them to provide hope, strength, and encouragement to people who may need emotional support.
What's The Difference?
A Licensed Professional Counselor is an individual who has a Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, or a related field, has had 3000 hours of supervised therapy training, and has passed the Texas State Licensure Board Exam. (Please click on the link to view our LPC staff)
A Licensed Professional Counselor- Intern is one who has received a Master's degree in Counseling, psychology, or a related field, and is completing 3000 hours of supervised work and has passed the Texas State Licensure Board Exam. (Please click on the link to view our LPC-I staff).
A Practicum Intern is a graduate student aspiring to graduate with a Master's degree in counseling or related field from an area institution. Students can receive education while using CFCC as their required counseling practicum site. Interns are instructed concerning counseling technique, ethics, and professional conduct. They must be enrolled in a master’s level practicum class at a university, seminary, or college. CFCC does not presently have student interns. If you are seeking a practicum site or practicum supervisor, please click here to visit our opportunities page.
Appointments are available upon request. Each counselor's schedule varies; however, there are appointment times available throughout the week, during the day and evening. Call today, if you have questions or would like to schedule your appointment 214-843-5760 or click here to email us.