Louisiana LPC Board of Examiners Suspends Teletherapy Regulations

 

The LA LPC Board of Examiners has suspended regulations concerning Teletherapy during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Nonetheless, many clinicians continue to seek training opportunities for Teletherapy.   

 

In response to the numerous calls we have received, here is synopsis of the LA LPC Board Teletherapy Regulations regarding training.

  

While Teletherapy is a specialty area and requires Board approval, the LA LPC Board of Examiners does not require a Certification in Teletherapy.

 

Licensees who may provide teletherapy must meet the following requirements.

1. The licensee must be licensed in Louisiana. 

2. The licensee must be licensed in the state where the client is located if licensing is required.

3. The licensee must have been practicing for at least one year. 

4. The licensee must complete either option below. 

  • Graduate-Level Academic Training. At least one graduate-level academic course in Telemental Health Counseling. The course must have included at least 45 clock hours (equivalent to a three (3) credit hour semester course). 

  • Professional Training with a minimum of nine (9CEH) synchronous (live in real-time) clock hours in Teletherapy.

 

LA TELETHERAPY REGULATIONS SUSPENDED DURING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CRISIS

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