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NVLPC is the professional organization for all people in or training to join the counseling profession in Northern Virginia.

Our members consist of LPC's, counseling residents, counseling students, and others who work as mental health professionals in Virginia, Washington D.C., and Maryland.

Our regular breakfast programs each month offer LPC's an easy way to earn CE's, and give all our members time to meet and greet their professional and student peers, and learn something interesting. We also have support for those who are working their way toward licensing.  You have questions, NVLPC Resident Support Groups have answers.

As a counseling student, we were all advised to join a professional association for our own benefit, and for the benefit of our profession.  NVLPC is where you belong. 

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Message from the NVLPC President
Letter from the Leadership

Hello NVLPC members,

As I sit here nursing an ear infection that has gone from bad to worse, I’m thinking about how much I miss and appreciate feeling good.  As my dad used to say, “I am sick and tired of being sick and tired.”  Nonetheless, this is a good reminder that I often do take feeling good for granted.  Good health is kind of like good weather: if it’s not too hot or too cold, too windy or too wet, we may not even notice it because it’s not making us uncomfortable.  So, when I return to my usual healthy self, I plan to notice when nothing is uncomfortable and I hope you do the same.

If you would like to become an active part of NVLPC’s mission, now is a good time to start thinking about what you might want to do.  Our current volunteers would be so happy to have someone they could “show the ropes to” in preparation for next year. Please feel free to contact me or anyone on the Board for more information about what we do, how much time we do it in, and how rewarding it is to be a part of NVLPC’s mission to meet the professional needs of counselors, counseling residents and counseling students in Northern Virginia, so that we may effectively contribute to the mental health and general welfare of our community.

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact me at or any one of our Board members if you have any comments, questions, or concerns.  We would love to hear from you. 



Sandra Molle, LPC

NVLPC President



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