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Welcome to CEU By Net!  Looking for that hard-to-find 2-hour 'Texas Ethics Course for LPCs,' now required to renew your Texas LPC license? 

You have found it! It's our 2022 Update of Course 2G - 'Texas-Specific Ethics for LPCs.' Enroll in the course, take the short quiz, and download your instant online certificate for 2.5 credit hours. Done.


The course is online here, and it's only $10,
or it's FREE if you have our Unlimited CEU Plan, which is only $49 per year.

Click HERE to ENROLL in the Update of Ethics Course 2G for LPCs


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What's new in our update of Texas LPC Ethics Course 2G?  This course is now in sync with the new 2022 LPC Rule Book published by the Behavioral Health Executive Council and the LPC Board, and Texas Title 22, Part 30, Chapter 681, Subchapter B - Rules of Practice, published on the Texas Secretary of State (SOS) website. 

The LPC Rules of practice will undergo changes from time to time. The BHEC and LPC Board have advised us that the official and binding Rules of Practice will always be those published on the SOS website.  And so how to 'Keep Current' with the LPC Rules of Practice? 

We have structured this downloadable course document to quickly locate the most current Subchapter B Rules of Practice on the live SOS website, when you want to check the official Rules at any time in the future.  How? 

When you are connected to the internet, the ACTIVE LINKS in this downloadable Study Guide will take you to the live Secretary of State website - and the version of the Rules of Practice that you find there (e.g. RULE §681.31) will ALWAYS be the most recent, official version of the Rules of Practice for LPCs.



Four topics are addressed in this short course, including the following:  


- 'Scope of Practice' - What Is That? How is it connected to the LPC Rules of Practice and to your legal security?

- 'Prevailing Standard of Care' - This principle is a component of Scope of Practice. Learn the meaning and use of the term 'Prevailing Standard of Professional Care,' its relevance to compliance with the LPC Rules of Practice, and its significance to the outcome of civil suits.

- Reinforcement of several Rules of Practice pertaining to the authorized methods, techniques, and modalities that are to be used by Texas LPCs.

- Information pertaining to the recent changes in Federal regulation 42 CFR Part 2 pertaining to the confidentiality and release of clients' SUD treatment records by healthcare providers. The Federal changes are intended to facilitate exchange of information that is crucial to effective treatment intervention.



If you need more CEUs than just this course, take a look at our Annual Subscription, HERE.  It's only $49 for an entire year of  UNLIMITED CEUs.  It's our most popular purchase option.  CEU By Net offers over 185 approved CE hours.

CEU By Net is an accepted/approved CE Provider for the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (BHEC) and the LPC Board.  All of the course credits on this website are also approved by NBCC, and therefore, if you are a Texas LPC and also an NCC, you may also count 1.75 Credit Hours toward your NCC continuing education requirement.


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