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Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals

The Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals is an autonomous arm of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals.The certification board is committed to the setting of counselor standards and protection of the public good.

The certification board engages in the following functions:

  • Certifies counselors above and beyond their license to provide counseling services;
  • Administers licensure and certification examinations;
  • Certifies providers of continuing education;
  • Monitors and enforces counselor ethics; and,
  • Works to promote counselor reciprocity.
The Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals is a proud member of IC&RC, which protects the public by establishing standards and facilitating reciprocity for the credentialing of addiction-related professionals. The largest organization of its kind, IC&RC represents more than 40,000 professionals worldwide.


IC & RC Updates 

We are pleased to announce the development of practice examinations for our Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ADC) and Clinical Supervisor (CS) examinations.

Practice Exams were developed to mimic IC&RC’s Computer Based Testing platform to enhance a candidate’s preparation experience. Candidates have 60 minutes to complete the 50 question practice exam. At the completion of each practice exam, candidates are provided with a score report detailing their performance based on the various content areas of the examination.

 

Practice exams are just one of the many resources available to candidates preparing for their IC&RC examination. For more information on practice exams and other preparation materials 

please Click Here visit the Exam Preparation page on the IC&RC’s website.

 




 

Important Updates!!!

TAAP/TCBAP Election 
TAAP has 7 open positions
TCBAP has 2 positions
 

To apply for the TAAP/TCBAP BOD Positions Click Here 



Effective April 1, 2014 TAAP/TCBAP will be offering a 10% Discount to all TAAP Members on all New Certifications and Renewals. To become a TAAP member go to www.taap.org

 

Applications for the Certified Prevention Specialist credential received by TCBAP on or after December 13, 2013, must meet the new minimum standards in order to be considered for review. Click Here

New Process for Canceling or Rescheduling CBT (see registration letter sent to you after registration for process)
 



Congratulations to Joe Powell and all the staff and volunteers for Association of Persons Affected by Addiction APAA being one of the first of five organizations to ever be recognized by the Council on Accreditation of Peer Recovery Support Services (CAPRSS).  

“Each of the five CAPRSS accredits has demonstrated a commitment to providing quality, effective peer recovery support services,” said Tom Hill, program director, Faces & Voices of Recovery."  


TAAP and TCBAP want to recognize APAA for their outstanding commitment in changing perceptions and stigma surrounding recovery.






 You Can Now Search ALL Certifications With TCBAP Click Here 


Resource Guide for the Texas Recovery Initiative developed by Criminal Justice Committee (English Version Click Here) 
 
Resource Guide for the Texas Recovery Initiative developed by Criminal Justice Committee (Spanish Version Click here) 


News from the field

 

Dr. Phyllis Gardner of Texarkana, Texas was elected IC&RC President at the IC&RC Fall meeting. Dr. Gardner is a Professor of Sociology at Texarkana College.Dr. Gardner holds a doctoral degree in Sociology from Texas Woman’s University and is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified Clinical Supervisor, and Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor. She has served the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals in various capacities since 1990 and is a past president of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals.






 

 

 

Julie Stevens, TCBAP Vice Chair, of Georgetown, Texas was presented with the IC&RC President's Award at the IC &RC fall meeting. Julie serves as a delegate from Texas to IC&RC and serves as Chair of the Prevention Committee. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Baylor University and is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and Advanced Certified Prevention Specialist.

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The Distance Learning Center for Addiction Studies is the premier source of
addiction study and continuing education online.

New 30 hour CCS course and study guide offered!

 

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