Mental Health Counselor License Requirements by State
Use the map to navigate to the Mental Health Counselor Licensure requirements your state or select your state below.
You will find links to Mental Health Counselor license requirements including education requirements, application materials, exams, professional organizations, regulatory agencies and additional materials you may find helpful along the way. No matter where you are today with your education and experience, MentalHealthCounselorLicense.com streamlines the Mental Health Counselor license process.
- Featured Online CACREP Accredited Master's in Counseling Program Options:
Capella University offers three online CACREP - accredited Master's programs: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy and School Counseling. Click here to contact Capella University and request information about their programs.
- Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology's Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Licensed Professional Counselor track prepares a student to become a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in various states. Graduates will first pursue licensure as an associate professional clinical counselors (APCC). Click here to learn more about the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program at Pepperdine University.
Eastern Oregon University’s online MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program will help you learn to utilize complex critical thinking skills in the pursuit of fulfilling work in the industry of your choice.
Rivier University’s online Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree program offers the framework and professional training needed to start a rewarding career as a licensed clinical mental health counselor.
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- District of Columbia
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- New York
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- Rhode Island
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- West Virginia