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APA Accredited Training Site
American Psychological Association (APA) Accredited: “Accreditation is both a status and a process. As a status, accreditation provides public notification that an institution or program meets standards of quality set forth by an accrediting agency. As a process, accreditation reflects the fact that in achieving recognition by the accrediting agency, the institution or program is committed to self-study and external review by one's peers in seeking not only to meet standards but to continuously seek ways in which to enhance the quality of education and training provided.” (from APA.org)
~Accreditation helps maintain the quality of Trainee-Clinicians at CAPS.
~Accreditation enables trainees to move more readily into licensure as they begin their careers.
IACS Accredited Counseling Center
Counseling and Psychological Services has been reaccredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc., an Alexandria, Virginia based organization of United States, Canadian, and Australian counseling agencies. Counseling and Psychological Services was evaluated by IACS against high standards of counseling practice and was found to offer competent and reliable professional services to its clientele. Approval by IACS is also dependent upon evidence of continuing professional development as well as demonstration of excellence of counseling performance.
IACS was established in 1972 to encourage and aid counseling agencies to meet high professional standards through peer evaluation and to inform the public about counseling services that are competent and reliable.
Advantages of Accreditation: http://www.iacsinc.org//advantages-of-accreditation.html