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PMP Advisory Committee Members

Don Keister, Public Member, Chair Cindy Cunningham, Public Member Christiana Ogunremi, Patients’ Rights Representative-Department of Health and Social Services Designee Julia Lawes, Department of Justice Designee John Goodill, Medical Society of Delaware Designee Kevin Musto, Delaware Pharmacists Society Designee Pete Sawyer, Department of Safety and Homeland Security Designee  

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Forms

Applications and requests for services (referred to as Service Requests) are processed in DELPROS, our online licensing portal. DELPROS provides you with instructions for submitting the forms required to complete a license application or service request. The submission method depends on the type of form. Some forms you can upload directly to your application or […]

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PA Firm Permit to Practice

When to Apply A firm is required to obtain and maintain a valid Delaware PA Firm Permit to Practice if it is (or intends to be) engaged in the practice of public accountancy in Delaware regardless of where its principal offices are located. If a PA firm’s principal offices are outside Delaware, employees of the […]

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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 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: Professional Mental health counseling is the application of clinical counseling principles, methods or procedures including the […]

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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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Report of Healthcare Provider

INSTRUCTIONS This form is for the use of Delaware-licensed healthcare providers and certain other entities that have a mandatory duty to report Delaware-licensed medical practitioners or other healthcare providers under Delaware law and regulations. For complete information on who must report and what must be reported, see Mandatory Reports Related to Healthcare Providers on the […]

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Media Inquiries

Please fill out the form below in its entirety and click Send Comments to contact the Division of Professional Regulation. All media inquiries are designated high priority. A Division representative will respond to your inquiry shortly. News Agency: Email: Name: Telephone: Anticipated Publish Date: Information Requested: Briefly describe the purpose of the information requested: Submit    Reset

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Investigative Unit

To reach an investigator through the Delaware helpline’s toll-free number, you may call (800) 464-4357. Or, you may contact the investigator directly by phone or email.

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Boards & Commissions

General Information The primary objective of the Delaware professional licensing boards and commissions is to protect the general public from unsafe practices including those which tend to reduce competition or fix prices. The boards/commissions also maintain standards of professional competence and service delivery. To meet these objectives, each board/commission develops standards for professional competency promulgates […]

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