Regent’s Licensure Programs – Compliance with state licensure requirements*

Before you begin your journey to licensure with us, please check your individual state below to confirm if the program you are interested in complies with your state’s licensure requirements or complies with the requirements of the state in which you intend to work.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The CMHC counseling program is accredited by CACREP.

NOTE: All states require post-degree clinical supervision. The exact number of hours required varies from state to state.

 

  • Alabama
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Alabama’s licensure requirements.
  • Alaska
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Alaska’s licensure requirements.
  • Arizona
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Arizona’s licensure requirements.
  • Arkansas
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Arkansas’ licensure requirements.
  • California
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with California’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document 15 contact hours in alcoholism and other chemical substance abuse, dependency in practicum and/or internship
    2. use elective coursework to take course in human sexuality;
    3. use elective coursework to take COUN 557 – Sexual Trauma, Domestic Violence, & Human Trafficking
    4. use elective coursework to take course in psychopharmacology
    5. study California law in Ethics course
  • Colorado
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Colorado’s licensure requirements.
  • Connecticut
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Connecticut’s licensure requirements.
  • Delaware
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Delaware’s licensure requirements.
  • District of Columbia
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with District of Columbia’s licensure requirements.
  • Florida
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Florida’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take a course in human sexuality.
    2. In addition, one must complete an 8-hour laws and rules course, a 2-hour prevention of medical errors course from a board approved provider, and within 6 months of licensure complete a 3-hour course on HIV and AIDS from a board approved provider and 2 hour domestic violence course from a board approved provider.
  • Georgia
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Georgia’s licensure requirements.
  • Hawaii
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Hawaii’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document 300 hours of supervised client contact under a licensed supervisor (Regent requires 40 in Practicum and 120 in each Internship for a total of 280 hours).
  • Idaho
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Idaho’s licensure requirements.
  • Illinois
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Illinois’ licensure requirements, except the ethics course needs to include Illinois law.
  • Indiana
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Indiana’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete an advanced internship of 300 hours (above and beyond the 700 hours through Practicum and Internships) and have at least 100 hours of face-to-face supervision.
  • Iowa
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Iowa’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take Treatment Planning (highly recommended).
  • Kansas
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Kansas’ licensure requirements.
  • Kentucky
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Kentucky’s licensure requirements.
  • Louisiana
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Louisiana’s licensure requirements.
  • Maine
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Maine’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete an advanced internship of 300 hours (above and beyond the 700 hours through Practicum and Internships) and have at least 100 hours of face-to-face supervision.
    2. highly recommended that students take coursework in treatment planning and human sexuality
  • Maryland
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Maryland’s licensure requirements.
  • Massachusetts
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Massachusetts’ licensure requirements.
  • Michigan
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Michigan’s licensure requirements.
  • Minnesota
  • Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Minnesota’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »
    1. use elective coursework to take Treatment Planning
  • Mississippi
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Mississippi’s licensure requirements.
  • Missouri
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Missouri’s licensure requirements.
  • Montana
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Montana’s licensure requirements.
  • Nebraska
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Nebraska’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document at least 300 hours of direct client contact under the supervision of a qualified supervisor (Regent requires 40 in Practicum and 120 in each Internship for a total of 280 hours).
  • Nevada
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Nevada’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. consider taking coursework in Human Sexuality to meet the requirement of a course in Human Development that includes sexuality.
  • New Hampshire
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with New Hampshire’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete a minimum of one academic year of full-time graduate study in mental health counseling in residence at the institution granting the degree.
  • New Jersey
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with New Jersey’s licensure requirements.
  • New Mexico
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with New Mexico’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take an additional twelve semester hours/ eighteen quarter hours in specialized clinical studies. The following topics are creditable: psychodynamics and psychotherapy, case study, treatment planning, diagnosis, psychopharmacology, clinical supervision, advanced training. Recommended courses in Regent University Counseling programs include treatment planning course and psychopharmacology course.
  • New York
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with New York’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete coursework or training, approved by the Education Department, in the identification and reporting of child abuse.
  • North Carolina
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with North Carolina’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. pass a jurisprudence exam.
  • North Dakota
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with North Dakota’s licensure requirements.
  • Ohio
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Ohio’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete 20 semester hours (or the equivalent 30 semester hours) in the following mental health related content areas:
      • Clinical psychopathology/ personality/ abnormal behavior
      • Evaluation of mental disorders
      • Diagnosis of mental disorders
      • Intervention, prevention, and treatment

    Recommended elective courses in Regent University Counseling programs include treatment planning course and psychopharmacology course.

    The Board will accept license-qualifying coursework in the above areas to be completed post-master.

  • Oklahoma
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Oklahoma’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete two courses in the appraisal/ assessment and theories and methods categories.
  • Oregon
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Oregon’s licensure requirements.
  • Pennsylvania
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Pennsylvania’s licensure requirements.
  • Rhode Island
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Rhode Island’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document 12 semester hours of supervised practicum and one calendar year of a supervised internship consisting of 20 hours per week in counseling.
  • South Carolina
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with South Carolina’s licensure requirements. More »

    NOTE: students will need to document a supervised practicum of at least 150 hours and if the students intend to treat serious mental disorders, they should have an additional 600 hour internship. The practicum should also address the treatment of serious mental disorders.
  • South Dakota
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with South Dakota’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take coursework in Psychopharmacology and Treatment Planning.
  • Tennessee
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Tennessee’s licensure requirements, provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take coursework in Treatment Planning.
    2. document 300 hours of their Practicum or Internship in a clinical setting.
  • Texas
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Texas’ licensure requirements. More »

    NOTE: The Texas Board will not credit practicums that are primarily focused on assessment.
  • Utah
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Utah’s licensure requirements.
  • Vermont
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Vermont’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take coursework in Treatment Planning.
  • Virginia
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Virginia’s licensure requirements.
  • Washington
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Washington’s licensure requirements.
  • West Virginia
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with West Virginia’s licensure requirements.
  • Wisconsin
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Wisconsin’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. use elective coursework to take coursework in Treatment Planning beginning in September of 2018
    2. request that Orientation course apply toward coursework in clinical mental health counseling foundations
  • Wyoming
    Regent University’s CMHC counseling program complies with Wyoming’s licensure requirements.

 

State requirements are subject to change, so for any specific state, please check that state’s current licensure requirements.

School Counseling

The School Counseling program is accredited by CACREP.

 

  • Alabama
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Alabama’s licensure requirements.
  • Alaska
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Alaska’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. Complete 3 semester hours in Alaska studies
  • Arizona
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Arizona’s licensure requirements.
  • Arkansas
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Arkansas’ licensure requirements provided that students:
  • California
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with California’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document 150 of the 600 clock hours of supervised practicum/internship are devoted to issues of diversity.
  • Colorado
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Colorado’s licensure requirements.
  • Connecticut
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Connecticut’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. Complete study in special education comprised of not fewer than 36 clock hours including gifted and talented children and special-needs children in the regular classroom.
  • Delaware
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Delaware’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete 3 credit hours of Testing, Measurements and Research in School Counseling
    2. document clinical experience of 700 hours in an elementary or secondary setting; or clinical experience of 350 hours at each level for dual certification.
  • District of Columbia
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with District of Columbia’s licensure requirements.
  • Florida
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Florida’s licensure requirements.
  • Georgia
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Georgia’s licensure requirements.
  • Hawaii
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Hawaii’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. document 300 hours of supervised client contact under a licensed supervisor (Regent requires 40 in Practicum and 120 in each Internship for a total of 280 hours).
  • Idaho
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Idaho’s licensure requirements.
  • Illinois
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Illinois’ licensure requirements provided that students either…More »

    1. be qualified to hold or hold a teaching certificate OR have completed coursework in:
    2. a. The structure, organization and operation of the Educational System, with emphasis on P-12 schools; AND b.  the diversity of Illinois students and the laws and programs that have been designed to meet their unique needs
  • Indiana
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Indiana’s licensure requirements.
  • Iowa
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Iowa’s licensure requirements.
  • Kansas
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Kansas’ licensure requirements. More »

    Note:  a) students are required to maintain a 3.25 cumulative GPA in graduate coursework.b) candidates for School Counseling licensure must hold a valid Kansas professional teaching certificate to be eligible for a school counseling license AND Have a supervised internship by enrolling in internship credits during your first year of employment as a school counselor under your conditional license.
  • Kentucky
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Kentucky’s provisional licensure requirements.
  • Louisiana
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Louisiana’s licensure requirements.
  • Maine
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Maine’s licensure requirements. More »

    Note:  students must complete an approved course for “Teaching Exceptional Students in the Regular Classroom” and applicant must pass pedagogical knowledge and skills assessment at the appropriate grade level if they did not graduate from a Maine university.
  • Maryland
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Maryland’s licensure requirements.
  • Massachusetts
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Massachusetts’ licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. Complete coursework in understanding and interpreting the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) and other academic test results to students, teachers, and parents
    2. Complete coursework in federal, state, municipal, and school laws and regulations
    3. Complete coursework in college counseling and use of college and other post-secondary resource materials.
  • Michigan
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Michigan’s licensure requirements.
  • Minnesota
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Minnesota’s licensure requirements. More »

    Note the subject matter standard at https://www.revisor.mn.gov/rules/?id=8710.6400.
  • Mississippi
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Mississippi’s licensure requirements.
  • Missouri
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Missouri’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete one course in each of the following areas: Foundation of Elementary and Secondary School Guidance; Theories and Techniques of Elementary and Secondary School Counseling; Analysis of the Elementary School Child and School Learning Problems –OR- must possess a bachelor’s degree in education from a state-approved teacher preparation program.
  • Montana
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Montana’s licensure requirements.
  • Nebraska
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Nebraska’s licensure requirements. More »

    Note:  students must have two years of teaching experience.
  • Nevada
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Nevada’s licensure requirements.
  • New Hampshire
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with New Hampshire’s licensure requirements.
  • New Jersey
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with New Jersey’s licensure requirements.
  • New Mexico
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with New Mexico’s licensure requirements.
  • New York
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with New York’s licensure requirements. More »

    Note:   students must complete a Child Abuse Identification and a school violence prevention and intervention Workshop.
  • North Carolina
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with North Carolina’s licensure requirements.
  • North Dakota
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with North Dakota’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. have coursework in guidance administration and consulting.

    Note:   Students must also have two years of successful professional experience in teaching or a related human service field except as provided through provisions and need to hold a valid educator’s professional license or be pursuing licensure as a teacher by engaging in a course of study that will result in licensure within seven years of initial employment as a school counselor.

  • Ohio
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Ohio’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete a one-year induction under the supervision of a licensed school counselor OR have two years of successful teaching experience under a standard, provisional or professional teaching certificate or license.

    A temporary school counselor license may be issued to an individual who holds a currently valid license to practice as a counselor from the Ohio counselor and social worker board who is enrolled in an approved school counselor preparation program or may be issued to an individual who holds a currently valid standard teaching certificate or professional teaching license, who is enrolled in an approved school counselor preparation programs, and who demonstrates an understanding of school counseling coursework.

  • Oklahoma
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Oklahoma’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete two years of previous related experience
    2. completion of a two semester hour course in the education of the exceptional child.

    Note:   Students will also need regency credit/experience.

  • Oregon
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Oregon’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. show evidence of knowledge of laws prohibiting discrimination in Oregon.

    NOTE:  Also, students will need two academic years of experience as a full-time licensed teacher in a public, private, charter, or otherwise licensed school.

  • Pennsylvania
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Pennsylvania’s licensure requirements.
  • Rhode Island
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Rhode Island’s licensure requirements.
  • South Carolina
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with South Carolina’s licensure requirements.
  • South Dakota
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with South Dakota’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. complete a Human Relations course and a South Dakota Indian studies workshop.
    2. Students should also take Theories of Human Sexuality.
  • Tennessee
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Tennessee’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. without teaching experience have a one-semester long orientation experience in a school as an early part of the preparation program.  The orientation experience must be structured to provide observation, participation in, and analysis of classroom instruction.
  • Texas
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Texas’ licensure requirements. More »

    Note:  students must have two years of classroom teaching experience.
  • Utah
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Utah’s licensure requirements.
  • Vermont
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Vermont’s licensure requirements.
  • Virginia
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Virginia’s licensure requirements.
  • Washington
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Washington’s licensure requirements.
  • West Virginia
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with West Virginia’s licensure requirements.
  • Wisconsin
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Wisconsin’s licensure requirements.
  • Wyoming
    Regent University’s School Counseling program complies with Wyoming’s licensure requirements provided that students…More »

    1. demonstrate knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and the Wyoming Constitution either through coursework or an exam.

 

State requirements are subject to change, so for any specific state, please check that state’s current licensure requirements.

https://www.schoolcounselor.org/school-counselors-members/careers-roles/state-certification-requirements

Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling

The MCF Counseling program is accredited by CACREP. It is not accredited by COAMFTE.

NOTE: All states require post-degree clinical supervision. The exact number of hours required varies from state to state.

 

  • Alabama
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Alabama’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Alaska
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Alaska’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Arizona
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Arizona’s licensure requirements.
  • Arkansas
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Arkansas’ licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • California
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with California’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Colorado
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Colorado’s licensure requirements.
  • Connecticut
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Connecticut’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Delaware
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Delaware’s licensure requirements.
  • District of Columbia
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with District of Columbia’s licensure requirements…More »

    except a course in psychopharmacology is highly recommended.
  • Florida
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Florida’s licensure requirements.
  • Georgia
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Georgia’s licensure requirements.
  • Hawaii
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Hawaii’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Idaho
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Idaho’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Illinois
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Illinois’ licensure requirements.
  • Indiana
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Indiana’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Iowa
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Iowa’s licensure requirements.
  • Kansas
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Kansas’ licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Kentucky
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Kentucky’s licensure requirements.
  • Louisiana
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Louisiana’s licensure requirements.
  • Maine
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Maine’s licensure requirements.
  • Maryland
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Maryland’s licensure requirements.
  • Massachusetts
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Massachusetts’ licensure requirements.
  • Michigan
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Michigan’s licensure requirements.
  • Minnesota
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Minnesota’s licensure requirements.
  • Mississippi
    A person must complete a master’s or doctoral program that is accredited by…More »

    the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).
  • Missouri
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Missouri’s licensure requirements.
  • Montana
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Montana’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Nebraska
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Nebraska’s licensure requirements.
  • Nevada
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Nevada’s licensure requirements.
  • New Hampshire
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with New Hampshire’s licensure requirements.
  • New Jersey
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with New Jersey’s licensure requirements.
  • New Mexico
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with New Mexico’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • New York
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with New York’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic coursework prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • North Carolina
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with North Carolina’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic coursework and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • North Dakota
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with North Dakota’s licensure requirements.
  • Ohio
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Ohio’s licensure requirements provided students…
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    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Oklahoma
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Oklahoma’s licensure requirements.
  • Oregon
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Oregon’s licensure requirements.
  • Pennsylvania
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Pennsylvania’s licensure requirements.
  • Rhode Island
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Rhode Island’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • South Carolina
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with South Carolina’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • South Dakota
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with South Dakota’s licensure requirements. More »

    An LMFT who completes a program accredited by CACREP can expect to meet all requirements.
  • Tennessee
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Tennessee’s licensure requirements.
  • Texas
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Texas’ licensure requirements provided students…
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    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Utah
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Utah’s licensure requirements provided students…
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    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Vermont
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Vermont’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Virginia
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Virginia’s licensure requirements.
  • Washington
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Washington’s licensure requirements.
  • West Virginia
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with West Virginia’s licensure requirements provided students…More »

    complete additional didactic and practicum/internship experiences prior to post-degree clinical supervision and licensing examination (National MFT Exam).
  • Wisconsin
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Wisconsin’s licensure requirements.
  • Wyoming
    Regent University’s MCF Counseling program complies with Wyoming’s licensure requirements.

 

NOTE: Some licensure Boards may not accept survey courses in which MFT is treated as one of multiple mental health approaches.

This list was compiled February, 2017. Please check your individual state websites for details and for any changes to licensure laws.