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June 2020: Reciprocity is here!

Click below for more information on new rules set in place regarding out of state applicants ability to gain temporary licensure while applying for full licensure. It is important to note that temporary licenses only allow you to practice therapy within licensed behavioral health agencies and not private practices.

Do you have a story to tell about being MFT-licensed in another state and trying to become MFT-licensed in Washington? We want to hear from you! Gathering many of these stories will allow us to advocate for you about licensure reciprocity.

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