The purpose of these assessments is to measure knowledge of the Arkansas Rules and Statutes related to professional counseling and to marriage and family therapy. In addition, the assessment includes questions from the American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics. This assessment contains three exams with 46, 47 and 51 questions respectively.
The Maryland Professional Counselors and Therapists Law Assessment is a 36-item assessment used to measure a counselor or therapist’s familiarity with Maryland state laws and regulations. Please do not register for the assessment unless you plan to submit a complete application to the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists within one calendar year of the date of the assessment.
The Mississippi Jurisprudence Assessments are thirty (LPC Assessment) or thirty-five (LPC-S Assessment) item instruments used to measure a licensed professional counselor’s or supervisor’s familiarity with Mississippi state law and the ethical codes of the American Counseling Association necessary for safe and effective practice.