Licensing needs for "career counselors"
I'm wondering what the requirements in the state of Minnesota are in
order to work as a career coach or counselor. Is a Master's degree
needed? Is there a difference in requirements depending on the term
used in one's work, for instance, "counselor" vs. "coach" or "guide"?
Is licensing or a degree needed (in Minnesota) in order to administer
and interpret assessments such as the MBTI, the CPI, and Strong
Interest Inventory in relation to advising the assessee on career
exploration using those psychometric results?
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