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"Rest.” “Relax.” “Take time from work.” Mental health professionals are familiar with the old adages when it comes to...

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During a regularly scheduled board meeting of the Oklahoma Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors on November 8, 2021, a request was made to...

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COVID brought a lot of disruptions, including the ways that Oklahoma LPCs, LMFTs, and LADCs could get their CEUs. In addition, the OBBHL has...

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Psychotherapist the world over are morning the loss of Aaron Temkin Beck, the founder of Cognitive Therapy which later became known as Cognitive...

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For years, suicide has been a leading cause of death among Oklahoma adults and adolescents. Over the course of the pandemic, the state has...

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According to Oklahoma State Statute the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health Licensure consists of four members who are licensed professional...

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Whether Licensed Professional Counselors are setting up a private practice or running an agency with a dozen clinicians, marketing is an important...

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Throughout their 2 to 5-year candidacy, LPC candidates must log at least 3,000 clinical hours to qualify to apply for licensure. Each time a...

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LPC candidacy is a 2-to-5 year experience with many obligations. On top of seeing clients and completing paperwork, candidates have many tasks to...

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As explored in a previous article outlining the company TalkSpace, the advent of the global pandemic has led to an increase in mental health...

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Graduate school may be over, but there's still much to do to before recent grads can start practicing as a therapist in Oklahoma. So here's a...

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With a fresh grad school education and a lot of motivation, soon a new cohort of LPC candidates will be joining the mental health field in Oklahoma....

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