Counselor Education Program

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Certificate

Individuals interested in completing the coursework necessary to receive UToledo’s graduate certificate for licensure as an LPC by the Ohio CSWMFT Licensure Board are advised to review the following documents and email Dr. Leslie Neyland-Brown, counselor education program director.

Requirements for licensure and/or advanced practice certification eligibility vary from state to state. Please reference the Professional Licensure Information page for state details. For students who wish to practice in a state other than Ohio, please contact the licensure board in that state.

Policy on CMHC certificate for CMHC

CMHC Certificate Plan of Study

Application Instructions

Individuals apply to the certificate program through the College of Graduate Studies. Students initiate the regular application process and the select, “graduate certificates” when prompted to do so. To apply, students must have completed a CACREP-accredited counseling master’s degree in a different concentration (e.g., School Counseling). Students are required to submit all transcripts from post-secondary learning (undergraduate, graduate), three letters of recommendation, and a personal statement.

Last Updated: 7/15/24