Our team maintains numerous professional certifications and licenses in an effort to ensure that ongoing professional development is a priority at CRC.

Some of the certifications and licenses held by CRC consultants include:

Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) – This credential seeks to ensure that certificants are of good moral character, meet nationally accepted standards of quality in their practice, and have the requisite educational and professional background.

Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS) – The CDMS Commission is the only nationally accredited and independent organization that certifies disability management specialists that analyze, prevent, and mitigate the human and economic impact of disability for employees and employers.

Certified Case Manager (CCM) – This is the first nationally accredited case manager credential. Case managers who have earned the Certified Case Manager (CCM) credential have the expertise, knowledge, and professional experience to provide the right services to patients with serious or complex medical conditions, and/or catastrophic injuries and illnesses.

Fellow of the International Academy of Life Care Planners (FIALCP) – The purpose of the Fellow program is to recognize expertise, experience, and contribution to the field of life care planning. The program recognizes those life care planners who have achieved a high level of skill and who use their skills and knowledge to promote the advancement of life care planning.

Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE) – A nationally recognized certification intended to provide assurance that professionals engaged in vocational evaluation meet minimal standards of quality.

Medicare Set-Aside Consultant Certified (MSCC) – This credential is designed to identify those professionals who work within the workers’ compensation benefit system as either a health care professional, legal representative, or as an insurance claims adjuster, who have achieved specific pre-approved training in Medicare set-aside trust arrangements, and have demonstrated a breadth of knowledge regarding the development and application of the Medicare set-aside trust arrangement process.

Registered Guardian (RG) – Recognizes an entry-level guardian who demonstrates a basic knowledge and understanding of guardianship, ethical principles, and standards of good practice.

National Certified Guardian (NCG) – The purpose of certification is to identify those individuals who are involved in guardianship issues and who meet minimum qualifications and have a minimum level of knowledge and experience in guardianship services to be identified to the public as a National Certified Guardian.

Psychologist – A doctoral-level professional who is trained to evaluate and treat emotional and mental problems in their patients.

Neuropsychologist – A doctoral-level professional who specializes in the area of cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and brain functioning.

Please contact us if you wish to find out more about our team, as we are glad to share information about our individual degrees and certifications.