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The education requirement for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor can only be met through completion of graduate level courses at an acceptable degree granting institution.
Training in an institute or by a registered individual does not meet the education requirement for licensure even if the training is accredited by a private organization.
Evidence of receipt of your degree s must be presented on Form 2 - Certification of Professional Education - and must be submitted directly to the Office of the Professions by the school s where you obtained your degree s. In most cases, an official transcript is also needed. A degree in school counseling, school psychology, social work or a related field does not meet the education requirements.
The Bureau of Comparative Education must conduct an individual transcript evaluation of an applicant for licensure as a mental health counselor who graduated from a program that, at the time of graduation, was not a masters or higher degree in mental health counseling of 60 semester hours or more that was either: In addition to verifying the required courses content, Comparative Education must determine if the applicant completed a supervised internship in mental health counseling and psychotherapy as part of the degree program.
This evaluation requires information that is not on the transcript, so the applicant must ask the Chair or Director of the academic department to complete and submit the Form 2INT - Certification of Supervised Internship and Practicum.
In addition to the professional education requirement, every applicant for Mental Health Counseling licensure or a limited permit must complete coursework or training in the identification and reporting of child abuse in accordance with Section 3 a of the Education Law.
See additional information and a list of approved providers for this training. Experience Requirements To meet the experience requirement for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor, you must submit documentation of completion of a supervised experience of at least 3, clock hours providing Mental Health Counseling in a setting acceptable to the Department.
The practice of Mental Health Counseling is defined as: Not less than 1, clock hours of such required experience must consist of direct contact with clients.
The remaining experience may consist of other activities that do not involve direct client contact, including but not limited to, recordkeeping, case management, research, supervision and professional development.
Experience for licensure must be completed in a legal manner, under a qualified supervisor in a setting that is authorized to provide professional services.
In New York State, the experience must be under a limited permit issued by the Department for a specific setting under a qualified supervisor see below. Experience in other jurisdictions will be evaluated to determined if the equivalent requirements have been satisfied in a legal manner.
You must apply for a license and have your education approved to be eligible for a limited permit. For additional information about limited permits, see the Limited Permits Section.
To be acceptable to the Department, your supervised experience in New York State must meet the following supervision and setting requirements. Supervision of Experience Your supervisor must be licensed and registered in New York State to practice Mental Health Counseling, medicine, as a physician assistant, psychology, licensed clinical social work, or as a registered professional nurse or nurse practitioner and competent in the practice of Mental Health Counseling, or must have the equivalent qualifications as determined by the Department for experience completed in another jurisdiction.
The supervisor is responsible for the assessment, evaluation, and treatment of each patient and must delegate to the limited permit holder those activities the limited permit holder is competent to perform by education, training or licensure.
The supervisor must provide an average of one hour per week or two hours every other week of in-person individual or group supervision. In addition, the supervisor is responsible for appropriate oversight of all services provided by a limited permit holder under his or her general supervision.
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