Pursuant to NC General Statutes § 90-330(a)(3), in the state of North Carolina the "practice of counseling" means holding oneself out to the public as a professional counselor offering counseling services that include, but are not limited to, the following:
The "practice of counseling" does not include the facilitation of communication, understanding, reconciliation, and settlement of conflicts by mediators at community mediation centers authorized by G.S. 7A-38.5.
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