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Examination

Applying to Sit for the Marriage and Family Therapy National (MFT) Exam The Board of Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Professionals must approve you to sit for the MFT exam through the Association of Marital & Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB). To apply to take the required exam(s), you must first create a DELPROS user […]

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Continuing Education and Audit Information

How to Request Continuing Education (CE) Approval To submit a request for a CE course approval, you must use the DELPROS online portal for Service Requests. Go to the Service Request webpage and follow the instructions on how to submit the Service Request. It is important to have all of your course documentation available as […]

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Associate Art Therapist Licensure

General Information Before submitting the online application for licensure as an Associate Art Therapist (LAAT), both the applicant and the supervisor should carefully read the entire instructions, especially the art therapy experience and supervision requirements. For details on post-Masters professional art therapy experience, see Post-Masters Art Therapy Experience Requirements. Information on How to Apply for […]

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Associate Art Therapists – Post Masters Art Therapy Experience

Definitions to Understand Supervised art therapy experience must involve providing face-to-face art therapy services with clients and other matters directly related to treating clients in a setting that is clearly designated to provide opportunities for clinical treatment through art therapy as defined in 24 Del C. § 3061 and 3062. Direct supervised experience means face-to-face […]

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Professional Art Therapist Licensure

General Information You may apply for a license as a Professional Art Therapist by examination or reciprocity. If you hold a current Professional Art Therapist license in another jurisdiction (state, District of Columbia or U.S. territory), apply by reciprocity. If you do not hold a current Professional Art Therapist license in another jurisdiction, apply by […]

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Professional Art Therapist – Post-Masters Art Therapy Requirements

Post-Masters Art Therapy Experience Requirements When applying by examination, you must arrange for the Board office to receive verification that you have completed the required hours of post-Masters professional art therapy experience. The following definitions apply to this requirement: Supervised art therapy experience must involve providing face-to-face art therapy services with clients and other matters […]

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Marriage and Family Therapist – Post-Masters Therapy Experience Requirements

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 Counseling Experience Requirements

Post-Masters Mental Health Counseling Experience Requirements When applying for licensure by examination, you must arrange for the Board office to receive verification that you have completed 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 Counseling Experience Requirements

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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