Career Services

Steps for Maryland LGPC/LCPC Licensing


A graduate of the IPS M.S. program[i] may begin the process to become a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC).[ii]








Useful Information:

Anna Sullivan, Licensure Coordinator for Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists:

Supervised Clinical Documentation Form

LGPC Supervision Requirements Regulations

MFT Exam:

NCE Exam Requirements: 2012and2013NBCCComputerBasedTesting.pdf

TriCare Application: MentalHealthCounselorIndividualNorth.pdf

List of LCPC Approved Supervisors: List.pdf

Professional Counselors Approved Supervisor application.pdf

Professional Counselors Contract for Supervision: CONTRACTFORSUPERVISIONLGRH32012.pdf

For LGPC’s – Sample Professional Disclosure Statement: sampleprofessionaldisclosure.pdf

* IPS presents this page to explain and assist in the licensing process for our alumni. It does not intend to substitute the directions of the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists or the State of Maryland. Please, consult the most up-to-date material at

[i] Previous to academic year 2012-2013, this was only applicable to M.S. Plus program graduates

[ii] Special thanks go to Marie Aleman, Leah Boelte, Heather Bruschwein, Sharon Hahn, Dan Kochis, Marie Mavretich, Stephen McCarthy, Eric Paget, Adrienne Pedraza, and Lisa Yanchulis.