The Rehabilitation Counseling Profession

Increasing Awareness, Understanding, and Appreciation of Rehabilitation Counseling

The Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) designation is the highest level of credentialing for rehabilitation counselors serving individuals with disabilities. It signifies a level of career–specific education, a demonstrated understanding and application of key competencies, and a commitment to ongoing career training and development. Individuals are measured and certified via a stringent CRC Examination and an ongoing certification renewal process as governed by the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC).

CRCC Position Statement on Legislative Advocacy

CRCC adopted a position statement regarding its stance on various issues related to legislative advocacy.

Click here to view and print CRCC Position Statement on Legislative Advocacy

CRCC Representation and Collaboration

CRCC is an active participant in conferences, summits and leadership meetings representing both the rehabilitation and general counseling professions. In addition, CRCC provides information to a variety of organizations and publications to showcase rehabilitation counseling, promote the profession, and highlight the value and need for rehabilitation counselors, including the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH); US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).