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Marriage and Family Therapist

Post-Masters Therapy Experience Requirements When applying by examination, you must arrange for the Board office to receive verification that you have provided the required hours of post-Masters marriage and family counseling. You must have post-Masters marriage and family counseling experience of at least 3,200 hours over a period of at least two, but not more […]

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Professional Counselor of Mental Health

Post-Masters Mental Health Counseling Experience Requirements When applying for licensure by certification, you must arrange for the Board office to receive verification that you have provided the required hours of post-Masters mental health counseling. The following definitions apply to this requirement: Mental health counseling means face-to-face interaction with clients and other matters directly related to […]

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Chemical Dependency Professional

Post-Masters Substance Abuse Counseling Experience¬†Requirements The following definitions apply to the experience requirement: Professional counseling experience means hours spent providing chemical dependency counseling services in a substance abuse counseling setting, including face-to-face interaction with clients and other services directly related to treatment of clients. Counseling experience means a formal, systematic process that focuses on skill […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can anyone call himself or herself a counselor and practice counseling in Delaware? Is there a Code of Ethics for a licensed professional counselor of mental health? Does the Board offer the national examination? What is the next step after passing the national examination and receiving your national certification? What is the difference between an […]

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Fee Schedule

  Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of license application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable.   Associate Counselor […]

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Board Members

  Greg Drevno, Ph.D., LPCMH, President Sussex County Irvin Bowers, Public Member, Vice President Kent County Rosemary Madl-Young, LCDP, Secretary New Castle County Daniel Cooper, LPCMH Kent County Julius Mullen, Ed.D., LPCMH Sussex County James Elder, LCDP Sussex County Todd Grande, Ph.D., LCDP New Castle County Ruth Banta, Public Member Kent County Elisabeth Vassas, Public […]

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License Renewal

  Information About Renewal Applications for All Licenses Professional Counselor, Chemical Dependency Professional and Marriage and Family Therapist licenses expire on September 30 of even years (e.g., 2018, 2020). Associate Counselor and Associate Marriage and Family Therapist licenses expire two years from the date they are issued. Several weeks before your license expiration date, a […]

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Associate Marriage and Family Therapist Licensure

  Both applicant and supervisor(s) should carefully read these instructions before completing and submitting the application.¬† Failing to follow instructions may delay licensure.   Important Information for Applicants and Supervisors:¬† Written Plan for Professional Counseling Experience and Supervision The purpose of the experience questions on the application is to document and verify how much acceptable […]

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Marriage and Family Licensure

  General Information If you hold a current Marriage and Family Therapist license in another jurisdiction (state, District of Columbia or U.S. territory), follow the instructions for applying by reciprocity. If you do not hold a current Marriage and Family Therapist license in another jurisdiction, follow the instructions for applying by examination.   Requirements for […]

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Chemical Dependency Professional Licensure

  General Information If you hold a current Chemical Dependency Professional license in another jurisdiction (state, the District of Columbia or U.S. territory), follow the instructions for applying by reciprocity. If you do not hold a current Chemical Dependency Professional license in another jurisdiction and you currently certified by the Delaware Certification Board Inc. (DCB), […]

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