Interjurisdictional Practice

The following states currently allow any therapists or counselors with a current, active, unrestricted license from any other state to practice without any additional registration or licensure. So if you get assigned a client in any of these states, regardless of where you are currently licensed, you are allowed to practice tele therapy:

· Alabama (only allowed for Psychologists, not other disciplines)

· Colorado

· Connecticut

· Delaware

· DC

· Indiana

· Maine

· Massachusetts

· Michigan

· Minnesota

· Missouri

· Montana

· Nebraska

· Nevada

· New Hampshire

· New Jersey

· New Mexico

· New York

· North Carolina

· North Dakota

· Pennsylvania

· South Dakota

· Tennessee

· Texas

· Utah

· Vermont

· Virginia

The following states have waivers but with some restrictions. If you get assigned a client in one of these states and you are not currently licensed in these states, please contact us so we can discuss your options.

· Alaska

· Arizona

· Arkansas

· California

· Florida

· Maryland

· Oregon

· Rhode Island

The following states DO NOT ALLOW PRACTICING ACROSS STATE LINES. If you get assigned a client in one of these states and do not currently have a license in this state, please let us know immediately.

· Georgia

· Hawaii

· Idaho

· Illinois

· Iowa

· Kansas

· Kentucky

· Louisiana

· Mississippi

· Ohio

· Oklahoma

· South Carolina

· Washington

· West Virginia

· Wisconsin

· Wyoming

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