Well I did check it out with the state board of LPC and Psych. and it is compelty acceptable for LPC's with Ph.D. in Clinical Psych. (accredited of course) to refer to themselves as "Dr." in a clinical setting.
A doctorate in underwater bakset weaving would not cut it...
It seems the tension in the practice is more about ego then anything else. The two LPC's have close to 20 years experience each - that is about 19 yrs. more experience then the Psychologists that are making a fuss over it. Education is the same between the Psych.'s and LPC's, LPC's have more experience but license does not match their degree.
Never the less, they should still be called "Dr." if they choose and apparently it is legal. Hopefully that will quiet down the office conflict and everyone can get to the buisness at hand - therapy!. Thanks for all your thoughts and ideas.