Knowledge & Skill Development
Attain an internationally recognised qualification and qualify as a teacher, education manager, counselor, psychologist, social healthcare professional and educational therapist. Gain module exemptions from professional organisation’s practising license examinations and undergraduate degree.
IACT’s Practising License
International Association of Counselors & Therapists (IACT) is the largest and highly prestigious professional body based in the USA that admits members who have fulfilled the rigorous Practising License Programs requirements to obtain practising membership as a licensed counselor and therapist. It has some 40,000 members. Membership with IACT is a mark of high standard and excellence. The practising license is highly recognised globally.
Practising license holder are not only knowledgeable, skilled, but are also highly respected as well. They are eligible to set up therapy or special education needs centre globally, and provide intervention and therapy programs from children to adult with special education needs. They are eligible to work in many countries such as North American, Asian and European countries etc.
Merlion Academy specialises in IACT’s Practising License Programs training. Merlion Academy is authorised to supervise and verify candidates’ work seeking to gain admission as an IACT’s member.
The three tiers of IACT’s membership are Credentialed (Therapist), Registered (Assessor) and Board Certified (Diagnostician). A Board Certified (Diagnostician) member holds the highest status of the membership.They are eligible to work in many countries such as North American, Asian and European countries etc.
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Accreditation & Collaborative Partners
Sep 21, 2022 (AB Digital via COMTEX) — Merlion Academy, under Merlion APAC Group, is a leading training institute that focuses on providing holistic psychology and education therapy courses in order to encourage more interest and knowledge in the fields of psychology and neurodevelopmental practices […]