Please be advised that pursuant to NRS 641A.235(2), the Nevada issued license of a Marriage and Family Therapist license and a Clinical Professional Counselor expires on January 1st of each year. Therefore, the license renewal fee of $150.00 must be post dated by the 31st of December. Pursuant to NRS 641A.270 failure to pay the fee for renewal automatically affects a revocation of the license on date of expiration of the license.
To Renew Your License
- To Renew your Active License please mail to the Board office: the completed Renewal Form, a completed Continuing Education Reporting Form, along with a check or Money Order for $150 US Dollars for renewal.
- To Reactivate an Inactive License please mail to the Board office: the completed Renewal Form, along with 20 current CEU’s obtained within the twelve months previous to the Renewal/Reactivation Application annotated on a completed Continuing Education Reporting Form and a check or Money Order for $150 US Dollars for reactivation. (If renewing an Inactive License for the 2nd or 3rd year only send in the completed Renewal Form.)
- To Reinstate of a Lapsed license will require the completed Renewal Form, a completed Continuing Education Reporting Form, along with a check or Money Order for $150 US Dollars for renewal plus $100 fee for reinstatement.
The Renewal Form is also used for “Inactive Status” request/report. Licensees on inactive status or wishing to be place on inactive status must also fill out this form. A fee of $150.00 is required for initial inactive status placement which is then good for not more than three consecutive years. If you are currently on inactive status it is NOT necessary to send a check. Please place the word “INACTIVE” above your license number on the form.
Pursuant to NAC 641A.131, every licensed marriage and family therapist and clinical professional counselor shall accumulate a minimum of 20 CEU’s every year. At least three (3) of the CEUs must be in Ethics issues specifically pertaining to the field of practice of the marriage and family therapist or the clinical professional counselor, respectively. If the licensee is an approved supervisor, at least one hour of the CEU requirements must be in supervision, in issues specifically pertaining to the supervision of the field of practice of the approved supervisor. A marriage and family therapist or clinical professional counselor licensee shall not use more than 10 hours of distance education to satisfy requirements.
A marriage and family therapist or clinical professional counselor licensed by this Board may satisfy the requirements of licensure renewal by teaching at an institution, seminar, workshop, conference or other program, course material, the content of which must be related to the field of practice of marriage and family therapy or clinical professional counseling and may not be part of the primary or regular employment of the therapist or counselor. For each such hour taught, 2 hours of CEUs may be credited.
Licensees will need to keep a record of Reported CEU’s for up to five years in case your name is selected for a random audit conducted by the board office. If this occurs, licensees will need to produce a copy of the certificate of attendance for verification of their training units.
Any questions may be directed to the Board office.