The Cleveland State University National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Examination (NCMHCE) Review course is designed to assist those who are preparing to take the NCMHCE. Earning a passing score on the NCMHCE is a prerequisite to obtaining the Professional Clinical Counselor License (PCC) in Ohio.
The NCMHCE examination consists of 10 simulated clinical mental health counseling cases designed to sample a broad area of competencies, not merely the recall of isolated facts. The cases assess clinical problem-solving ability, including identifying, analyzing, diagnosing and treating clinical issues. Each case is divided into approximately five to eight sections that are classified as either information gathering or decision-making.
Our NCMHCE Review course includes the following in-class topics:
- Overview of test and Scoring (1 hour)
- Overview of 10 Simulated Clinical Counseling Cases (1 hour)
- Assessment and Diagnosis Content (1 hour)
- Counseling & Psychotherapy Content (1 hour)
- Administration/Consultation Content (1 hour)
- Supervision Content (1 hour)
Numerous examples of the NCMHCE test questions are analyzed and discussed in the class.
The class is specifically designed for those who currently have a professional Counselor license as well as those who are preparing for the NMHCE to receive the Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC) license.
Friday, March 1, 2019
8:45 am – 4 pm
Julka Hall, Room 191
Includes materials and lunch
CASAL is an Approved Provider of continuing education through the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker & Marriage and Family Therapist Board. Our Approved Provider number is RCS090601