N.D. Admin Code 97-02-01.1-06 - Definitions
Current through Supplement No. 384, April, 2022
As used in this title, unless the context otherwise requires:
1. "Clinical counseling" means providing clinical mental health counseling services involving the application of principles of human development, learning theory, psychotherapy, group dynamics, and the etiology of mental illness and dysfunctional behavior to individuals, couples, families, and groups for the purpose of promoting optimal mental health, dealing with normal problems of living, and treating psychopathic disorders. Clinical counseling includes diagnosis and treatment of emotional and mental disorders; psycho-educational techniques aimed at the prevention of emotional and mental disorders; consultations to individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations, and communities; and clinical research into more effective psycho-therapeutic modalities.
2. "Licensed professional clinical counselor" means a person who is licensed under this chapter to practice the specialty of clinical counseling.
General Authority: NDCC 28-32-02(1), 43-47-06.1
Law Implemented: NDCC 43-47-06.1
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