Counseling in Washington State
Obtaining, Moving or Transferring
Certification or License
This is a page for Mental Health Counselors,
Marriage and Family Therapists, Clinical Social
Workers, Psychologists, and Psychotherapists who are
moving or relocating to Washington State and those
new to the counseling profession.
Find answers to commonly asked questions about Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy,
Social Work, School or Addictions Counseling in Washington (WA) State.
This introduction to
Washington State counseling regulations and procedures is
provided to help counselors, especially those new to counseling
profession or new to the State of Washington. We recommend that you
bookmark or save this page to your favorites list. Hyperlinks
below may take you to other pages on this site (use back button to
return) or to other sites. (Close window to return.)
Counseling Washington is an for-profit
organization that promotes the private practices of psychologists, counselors, therapists, and clinical social workers
and addictions counseling services by advertising private practices and therapy groups. We are not an agency of the state and are not able to offer legal advice
but we want to help all practitioners in the field regardless of
their discipline or orientation. If you have a suggestion
for something that should be on this page,
us know. [Floyd Else, MA, LMHC, NCC, MAC, Webmaster]
Who is in charge of the counseling professions and licensing in Washington State?
Where are they? How do I get in touch with them?
The Department of Health, -
Health Systems Quality Assurance Office has responsibility for health care provider licensing, including the licensing
of mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists,
certified counselors, certified advisors, chemical
dependency professionals, and agency affiliated counselors.
Washington State Department of Health, Health Professions Quality Assurance,
Physical Address: 111 Israel Road, Tumwater, WA 98501.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are different post office mailing addresses for (1.)
initial applications with a check enclosed and (2.) other
documents not sent with initial application to another.
Check your application packet for the correct addresses.
Every three or four months the Health Systems Quality Assurance
office publishes the " -Patient Safety Quarterly," a summary of their activities.
Professions Discipline and Regulatory Activities," is
published every two years. The last issue for July 1, 2008,
through June 30, 2009 was published May 2010. Some may find
it interesting reading dealing with how the system works,
workloads, complaints, disciplinary action, and
Glossary of Terms Used by the Department of Health:
summaries are not legal definitions,
general descriptions of words and phrases used in the Health
Profession Web site, the profession home pages and legal
The DOH, Health Systems Quality Assurance Office has
responsibility for health care provider licensing: Mental
Health Counselor Licensure, Social Worker Licensure,
Marriage and Family Licensure, Psychology, Hypnotherapy,
Chemical Dependency Professional, Complaints and Compliance.
To request information or an application packet for any of
these professions call the Customer Service Call Center
Links to Application Packets
COUNSELOR, THERAPIST, SOCIAL WORKER
Note for Out-of-State License Transfers:
Having an out-of-state license will not automatically qualify you for a Washington State
license. Your eligibility for a Washington State license will be determined based on whether
your education and experience hours meet the requirements of Washington State law.
The "-Health Care Professional Credentialing Requirements handbook" provides detailed information specific
to the licensing requirements for each of the health care professions and emergency medical service providers
regulated in Washington State. There is a list of all of the professions that Health Department licenses
in the table of contents. Select any of the professions in which you are interested, or
scroll through the entire handbook. The handbook
is printer friendly, should you wish to print a hard
copy for your reference; select a few pages or the entire handbook.
website provides individual pages for each of the
licenses and certifications, each containing links to
professional credentialing requirements, applications
and forms, exam information, licensing fees, etc.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Licensed Social Worker-Advanced
Licensed Social Worker-Independent Clinical
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Licensed Social Worker Associate--Advanced
Licensed Social Worker Advanced--Independent Clinical
Requirements to be a Licensed Mental Health Counselor,
Requirements to be a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Requirements to be a Licensed Social Worker – Advanced,
Requirements to be a Licensed Social Worker – Independent Clinical
-LMHC Application Packet
-LMFT Application Packets
-LSWA Application Packets
-LSW-IC Application Packet
LICENSED ASSOCIATE COUNSELOR, THERAPIST, SOCIAL WORKER
Requirements to be a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate,
Requirements to be a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Requirements to be a Licensed Social Worker Associate – Advanced,
Requirements to be a Licensed Social Worker Associate – Independent Clinical
LMHCA Application Packet
LMFTA Application Packet
LSWA-A Application Packet
LSWA-IC Application Packet
Agency Affiliated Counselor requirements
Certified Counselor requirements and exam information
requirements and exam information
AAC Application Packet
CC Application Packet
CA Application Packet
Chemical Dependency Professional
Chemical Dependency Professional
Trainee Credentialing Requirements
CDP Application Packet and Forms
CDPT Application Packet and Forms
2008 Registered Counselor Law--2008 “Counselor Credentialing Standards” legislation.
When is a hypnotist a hypnotherapist?" and "When is a Hypnotherapist a Counselor?"]
WAC 246-810 For Agency Affiliated Counselor, Certified Counselor, Certified Adviser, Hypnotherapist,
and Registered Counselor
Frequently asked questions about new counselor credentials:
Counselor Adviser, Certified Counselor, and Agency Affiliated Counselor.
Other questions about supervision hours for counseling licensure
"So," you ask, "
Under the new counselor credentialing law (2008),
-What new credential do I qualify for? Health Professions
Quality Assurance offers a series of YES / No questions to help you find the answer.
in Washington State
Marriage and Family Therapist--Exam
Social Worker and Social Worker Associate--Exam
Mental Health Counselors and Mental Health
The Candidate Handbook for State
Credentialing for the National Counselor Examination and National Clinical Mental Health
Counseling Examination (NCE and NCMHCE)
contains information about the NBCC, examination administration, registering for an examination,
scheduling and examination, taking the examination, what to do after the examination,
information about the examination content (sample examination questions) and how to
request special examination accommodations if needed.
State Exam Registration Deadlines and Admission Letters: NBCC examinations are given in two formats:
Computer-based Testing (CBT) and paper and pencil. Washington State uses the computer-based testing
Don't be confused by the next website we are
referring you to. Computer examinations are
handled by AMP (Applied
Measurement Professionals. Using the
Apply online to take the National Clinical Mental Health Counselor Examination,
National Board for Certified counselors, Candidate Support Center Information: (888) 519-9901.
The process: using the three drop down
menus, (1.) click on Healthcare.
(2.) click on National Board for
Certified Counselors, then (3.)
chose between the two examination options:
either the National Clinical Mental
Health Counselor Examination (NCMHCE)
or the National Counselor Exam for
Licensure and Certification (the NCE),
both accepted for licensure in Washington
A. View Candidate Handbook (link above).
Locate Testing Centers in Washington State
[More AMP information]
C. Register for This Exam:
Note: You will be requested to enter a User Name (of
your choice) and Password (of your choice). Be prepared to record and maintain a record of
this information for future entry into the system. Also note the types of
identification you must present to enter the examination session.
D. Reschedule the exam, if necessary, using
the same website, user name and password.
All questions and requests for information about the NBCC examination program
should be directed to:
National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc., 3 Terrace Way, Greensboro, NC 27403.
Voice: (336) 547-0607. Fax: (336) 547-0017.
All questions and requests for information about
examination scheduling should be directed to:
Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc., 18000 W., 105th Street, Olathe, KS 66061-7543.
Voice: (913) 895-4600. Fax: (913) 895-4650.
The Health Professions Quality Assurance office
has an extensive
list of frequently asked questions
and in formation about continuing education requirements
for the health professions: reporting periods, acceptable courses, number of hours needed, how to
document courses, what courses are acceptable, distance learning, how to document your courses, and
when you can count some agency training. There is also information about becoming an approved
continuing education provider.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR LICENSED ASSOCIATES
And their Supervisors
Approved supervisors supervising a licensure candidate and
applicants for initial licensure as a marriage and family therapist, mental health counselor, licensed
advanced social worker or licensed independent clinical social worker are reminded of the
requirement to complete 36 hours of continuing education
(6 of which must be in professional ethics) as required in RCW 18.225.090.
Applicants for licensure will be required to attest
on the application form that they have completed the required continuing education hours.
Please note that this is not a new licensing requirement. Applicants
applying for an associate credential are not required to complete the continuing education
requirement prior to licensure, but once becoming a Licensed Association Counselor, Therapist or Social
Worker, the continuing education requirements of the counseling profession apply.
The Washington State Department of Health
CDP Program is THE informational resource for understanding
what it takes to become a certified
Chemical Dependency Professional
in Washington State. Their website contains contact information and free downloads. [Special note for mental health
professionals who would like to add a CDP credential]
and social Workers in the public schools,
fall into a category referred to as
Staff Associate and are regulated by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Olympia,
General Requirements and Application Process. [A
summary of the school counselor certification requirements of the 50 states is also available.]
Information on the three different ways in which
Psychologists obtain licensing in Washington State is also available from the Washington State Department of Health, Health
Professions Quality Assurance. Contact the Psychology Board by phone at (360) 236-4700.
Warning about a New Scam Targeting Counselors and Therapists--
Beware of prepayment for counselor services.
Counselors and the public can visit the
Provider Credentials Look-up System. Look up any health care provider licensed or registered with
Washington State Health Department. Verify providers by credential number or by credential type and name. Licensed
counselors are NOT listed under "L" but under "C"--for credential
type "counselor" then by sub-type [Licensed Marriage / Family Therapist, etc.]
Counselors who change their names: Licensed, certified, or registered counselors
must remember to officially notify the state so that state records regarding their licensure, certification or registration can be
updated to reflect the current name. Otherwise people who use the state look-up system will doubt the counselor's authenticity and
contact the Health Department. Many public inquiries to the health department are the result of unreported name changes.
The news releases of the Washington State Department of Health are indexed by year
and you can read reports of
disciplinary actions against health care providers (doctors, dentists, nurses, counselors, etc.) to find out what kind of
behaviors could get YOU into trouble.
Health Department Rule Making
The Department of Health has a web page
where you can read and comment on all proposed new rules. If you comment on a proposed rule through
that website your comments become part of the public record. Your comments help in the decision whether
to adopt the rule as proposed or to revise the proposal if appropriate.
A number of health department programs post rules.
To find the ones most likely to apply to counselors
look under the "Program" heading for "Health
Professions and Facilities," and read the "Document Title."
Other Questions About Counseling in Washington:
Where can you attend the HIV/AIDS classes that Washington State requires of all counselors?
--- The following link will lead those working on counselor licensure to a
schedule of HIV/AIDS Training Classes that counselors in the State of Washington must complete to meet state licensing
or registration requirements. (Also check with your local community college for their class offerings.
Be aware that many of the the community college class offering list their HIV/AIDS offering in categories such as "Phlebotomy
and Lab Training." You can obtain your training through video tape or DVDs available from the community college.)
Our CounselingSeattle.com email newsletter started January 2007, "Mental Health Issues Around Puget Sound,"
is published on those rare occasions to alert you to new developments that you might not have heard of.
Now is the time to add your name to the mailing list.
Clinical Supervision required for Licensure
Counselor Supervision: When you are a licensed
associate counselor, therapist or clinical social worker employed by an agency, you have a treatment supervisor.
your agency supervision can count toward licensure if
your agency supervisor is an "approved supervisor"
see link below)
for licensing purposes. Some licensed counselors
still chose to pay for supervision and professional consultation. However, as a counselor working toward
full licensure, you are required to have supervision and need to locate and pay a licensed health care provider
Do you know how to create an
Electronic Resume, a Scannable Resume or an
Email Resume? See: the
Resume Guide for Counselors.
Do you know how and where to post your resume online? See:
Counselor Employment -- Career -- Job Search.
Where are the counseling jobs?
Information and links to a number of employment related services.
What kind of
wage is being paid?
How much can I expect to make in a counseling job in Washington State?
Please note this is "employment" information, not figures on counselors in private practice.
What are the employment supply and demand level in different areas of
Washington State? What are the total jobs in each area? How
many new jobs are expected next year?
Mental Health Counselors (this category does not include traditional
Social Worker positions,
Psychologists or Psychiatrists who have their own pages).
for using the page--click on the underlined occupational title on each row to
get the statistics for that area. [
Search for other occupations ] and other employment information on
Explorer, Washington, a service of Washington State Employment Security Department.]
[Source: Health Professions Quality Assurance, Washington State Department of Health]
So How Many Counselors Are There Anyway?
Washington State -- Credential Type
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Licensed Mental Health Counselors
Licensed Social Worker-Advanced
Licensed Social Worker- Independent Clinical
| Total Licensed Counselors
Registered Counselors ⇒ (
Have become ↓ )
[RC category abolished 7/1/2010]
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Licensed Social Work Associate--Advanced
Licensed Social Work Associate--Independent Clinical
Total Licensed Associates (active)
| Certified Counselor
Chemical Dependency Professional
Chemical Dependency Professional--Trainee
Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration (AAC)
Starting your own counseling practice?
Are you a counselor who is looking
for legal advice, accounting, bookkeeping, consultation, credit card processing, payroll help, a billing agent le billing service?--all persons listed here are recommended by other counselors who have used them and recommend them to
What local, county and state licenses are required? Answer a
series of questions and click the "continue" button. Planning to use a name other than your own full legal name? (Recommendation:
don't.) If so,
register your trade name.
Doing Business in Washington State. 1. start a business (plan a business, steps
for starting a business, find business registration requirements and more.) 2.
licenses, permits and Inspections (license your business or yourself, check a
business or license status) 3. taxes and reports (state business taxes, file reports, and more.)
Whether you are employed or
self-employed in private practice, you need
professional liability insurance.
The business of counseling: Planning and establishing a private practice,
Counseling and Human Development, Jan 2000, by Carney, Jamie S, Granato, Laura A.
Private Practice Pointers: Topics
such as Starting and Expanding a Private Practice, meeting HIPAA requirements, implementing Informed Consent, Provider Relations
Contact List for Managed Care and Insurance Panels, Working with Managed Care, Managed Care response templates, how to get on
provider panels, responding to claim denials, marketing and advertising your practice, and selling or buying a private practice are found on the
American Counseling Association Website.
(ACA members only.)
Sole proprietors who do not have employees don't necessarily need an Federal
Employer Identification Number (EIN). However, if you join an insurance panel, they will request your EIN or
social security number to use in required annual federal reports. Many counselors, concerned with identity theft, choose to
obtain an EIN to avoid disclosing their
social security number.
Are you a HIPAA "covered entity?" Do you have a
National Provider Identifier number? Covered entities could apply for an NPI beginning May 23, 2005. The
compliance date for all covered entities except small health plans is May 23, 2007. See also:
CounselingSeattle.com links to HIPAA information.
One of the biggest challenges counselors face regarding HIPAA is the fact that
sooner or later insurance companies will accept only electronic billing.
Where can I find counseling office space? The CounselingSeattle.com "office space / group
room space for rent" section. Part-time office space can be an expensive starting point for a new practice.
Before you start seeing clients you will need to prepare a
client disclosure information form and have copies printed to give to the client and
to put in the client file--after they have read and signed them.
Supervision: When you are employed by an agency, you have a treatment supervisor.
As a self-employed registered counselor in private practice and working toward licensure, you need supervised hours and may need to
pay a licensed health care provider for supervision.
Some licensed counselors still chose to pay for supervision and professional consultation. [
Links to official supervision related forms to download and print out.]
Licensed counselors and registered counselors in private practice often
meet together and go over client cases in a case
consultation peer group where they get the benefit of clinical feedback from fellow therapists as well
as a forum for discussion of common private practice problems. Case consultation peer groups provide opportunities
to network and to get input from the experiences of other professional counselors.
The federal “
Red Flags” Rule:
What Health Care Providers Need to Know About Complying with New Requirements for Fighting Identity Theft:
The Red Flags Rule is a law the FTC will begin to enforce on August 1, 2009, requires certain businesses and organizations —
including many doctors’ offices, hospitals, and other health care providers—-[if they are “creditors.”]--to develop a written program
to spot the warning signs — or “red flags” — of identity theft. Is your practice covered by the Red Flags Rule?
Brief Answer: "Health care providers who require payment before or at the time of service are not
creditors under the Red Flags Rule. In addition, if you accept only direct payment from Medicaid or similar programs
where the patient has no responsibility for the fees, you are not a creditor. Simply accepting credit cards
as a form of payment at the time of service does not make you a creditor under the Rule." [
WHO MUST COMPLY???--Read
the complete article. ]
Your mailing address:
I recommend that IF you rent part-time office space, DO NOT use that address for your
mailing address. When many counselors use the same suite of offices, the US Post Office often will
not accept change of address notices. The counselors remaining in the space after you are gone are expected to f
orward mail to the departed counselors. But they don't know you or have your new address. The State of Washington,
health insurance companies and other essential business contacts may continue to send mail to your former part-time business
address for years without you being aware of it--until it gets you in trouble. If you are unwilling to use your home address as a
business mailing address, get on the waiting list for a post office box.
Keep business and personal finances separate with two bank accounts -- one for business and the other for personal use.
You might also consider filing your professional qualifications with CAQH. It's also
important to comply with the Washington State law regarding
record keeping and retention of client files, including provision for retaining or transferring client records in the event of the
counselor going out of business or death or incapacitation.
Non-Compete Clause: "I signed a non-compete
clause when I left a mental health agency to start my private practice. Now a former client at the agency has called
and wants to resume counseling. What is the legal and ethical thing to do?"
Miscellaneous Counselor Questions
about Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling,
Clinical Social Work, Addiction Counseling and Counselors
1. a counselor question: I am licensed counselor
in another state, about to move to Washington State. How do I
transfer my counseling license to Washington and who do I contact?
2. Can you tell me the advantages for a counselor in
Washington State to apply for licensing as a LMHC or LMFT vs.
just registering as a counselor?
3. Is the name of the local professional organization
for counselors, "Seattle Counselors Association," or "Seattle Counseling Association?"
4. A counselor question: Does CounselingSeattle.com approve
classes for Continuing Education (CE) credit? If so, what is the process? I have a master’s
degree (MA) in Psychology and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). I teach classes in “(topic deleted)” and I
would like counselor participants to receive CE credit. Any information,
background or advice you can give me about continuing education credits would be appreciated.
Counselor Advertising Question:
I listed my practice on the TherapistUnlimited.com several years ago. Now the listing is out of date and I want to change or delete the
listing. But I can't get TherapistUnlimited.com to do anything. I have emailed TherapistUnlimited.com numerous times;
however, TherapistUnlimited.com has not responded to any of my requests. Is there somewhere that I
could mail a letter to the webmaster of TherapistUnlimited.com, or call customer service on the telephone?
6. (A.) A question from a potential counselor: I am
planning to start school in the winter in the Chemical Dependency program. Can you tell me in simple terms, what I will
be able to do with a two year AA degree? What is the potential income and job availability? I am 56 years old and trying to
start a new career. I love to help people, however I do not want to make a choice that will not allow me to earn a living.
I live in the tri-cities area. Any information positive or negative about CDPs and CDPTs would be greatly
(B.) Another question from a potential counselor: I am interest in chemical dependency counselor as a career. I
have an Associate of Arts degree (AA) in general business from a
community college. What courses would I
have to take to become a chemical dependency counselor in Washington State?
(C.) Counselor question about becoming a Certified
Counselor: I’ve been reading much on the new regulations
for Certified Counselors in Washington State and the required
classes to meet the new requirements. I’m not finding much
information on where or who offers the classes.
(D.) Where I can find information on schools with degree programs for people who
wish to become counselors? I'm not sure where to look. What are
the requirements in Washington State for being a counselor? Do you
think it matters whether one pursues an AA degree or an AS before they
start on the road toward becoming a counselor?
thinking about working as
a Certified Counselor to obtain hours for licensure: I
am wondering if I become licensed as a certified counselor, which it
seems I can charge clients, and work with a supervisor to accumulate
my 3000 hours, if that will count towards my post-grad work to
become a licensed counselor. Also, will a certified counselor be
able to bill insurance companies?
(F.) What is happening to registered Hypnotherapists
under the new credentialing/licensing regulations? See "Hypnotherapist License Application Package." and "When is a hypnotist a hypnotherapist?" and "When is a Hypnotherapist a Counselor?"
about repaying Student Loans:
Yes, there is a 2009 federal stimulus package aimed at helping certain licensed counselors repay their loans more quickly and easily
through public service.
the administration is thinking about breaks for people with student loans (Nov 2011).
8. What are the requirements to serve as a
9. What are the requirements to serve as a
certified counselor consultant?
10. Counselor question about private practice counseling:
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and I have been doing private practice counseling for 27 years. Some of my fellow
counselors say that I cannot continue to do private practice counseling after July 1, 2009. My Papa used to say, “If you see it
on CounselingSeattle.com, it’s so.” Please tell me the truth;
will I have to give up private practice counseling?
How do the curriculum, degree, and experience requirements for a mental health
counselor license compare with the requirements for a marriage and family therapist license?
12. Questions about
(A.) I am one of four clinicians at my agency who are trying to get
things together for licensing. My question is does our approved supervisor need to be
licensed with the same type of license we will be applying for? For example: I will be applying to be a LMHC.
Does my supervisor also have to be a LMHC, or can they be a LICSW or a Licensed Psychiatrist?
(B.) As a supervisor of counselors seeking full licensure in Washington
State, what do you think is the likelihood and
danger of being included in a malpractice suit against one of my supervisees?
(C.) "I am
wondering what exactly can I count as supervised indirect hours
of counseling experience. I am assuming that doing notes, making phone calls and any other work in association
with my case load is to be counted but is there a WAC stating this specifically?"
13. Complaints and disciplinary actions against counselors, therapists, and social workers:
I am trying to find out if there is a place online where I could
find out what complaints have been filed for a particular social worker. Can you help?
What is an unlicensed person with a Masters Degree in Counseling allowed to do in the state of Washington?
How does a licensed
counselor become a Tricare provider for mental health counseling services for
the health care program serving uniformed service
members, retirees and their families--commonly known as
Miscellaneous Words of Wisdom (?)
At all costs,
avoid sexual misconduct with current or former clients. There has been a great deal of publicity about harm to clients
by counselors and other health professions. For counselors it means new clarification in the Revised
Code of Washington WAC 246-809-049, Sexual misconduct.
Is it "counselor," or "counsellor?"
Why do we spell our occupation as "counselor," while the
rest of the English speaking world spells it "counsellor?"
If you notice any errors or omissions in this material or have any
counselor-related questions that are not covered here,
please send them to me and I will attempt to locate and post the answers. Your help is appreciated.
Floyd Else, MA, LMHC, NCC, MAC,
WARNING: The following is a shameless self-promo--a plug for inexpensive
and highly effective CounselingSeattle.com
client referral services, all designed to help
counselors make money.
Advertising: List Your Private Practice
new to Counseling Washington list their practices
free for the first six (6) months. We want
you get off to a good start. See: "Step by step
instructions for listing your private practice."
With the CounselingSeattle.com
counselor locator service, potential clients can locate a counselors
through out Washington State the Directory of Counselor Names, by
city or neighborhood, or by
health and addictions counselors listed on these pages
(1.) Licensed Psychologists
(2.) Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC),
(3.) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT),
(4.) Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA),
(5.) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA),
(6.) Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW),
(7.) Licensed Social Work Associate-Advanced (LSWAA)
(8.) Licensed Social Work Associate—Independent Clinical (LSWAIC), and
(9.) Masters-level Certified Counselors (CC).
In renewing their listing each year, these counselors, therapists,
psychotherapists and social workers tell CounselingSeattle.com that:
1. the professional name and contact information that they are using in the ad is their own.
2. they are licensed or registered in the State of Washington, and
3. they are not subject to any license restrictions preventing practice.
[If you have knowledge that any of the information about persons
advertising in CounselingSeattle.com is inaccurate or misleading,
please notify us. ]
To general information about advertising your
counseling services, therapy groups, counseling office
space, workshop, counselor supervisory services, etc.]
Advertise Your Therapy Group
It is difficult and expensive to advertise group therapy. You need to reach both the
anonymous public and professionals who may make referrals. CounselingSeattle.com offers a place to list your therapy group that can
easily be found and accessed by the public and professionals. Just use your favorite search engine and enter the words "therapy
group your town Washington" (without parenthesis) and hit enter!
[ Visit the Group Therapy page ]
Information on advertising your therapy group.]
Advertise Your Counseling Office Space
or Group Room to Rent
CounselingSeattle.com is the hot spot to advertise your full or part-time
counseling office space availability and the best place to find office or group room space to fulfill your own counseling needs.
[ Visit the Counselor Office Space / Group Room for Rent page ]
Information on advertising your office space or group room. ]
Advertise Your Counselor Training Workshop
Workshop presenters who are looking for an outstanding spot to advertise their counselor training workshops need
look no further. [ Visit the Counseling Workshops, Therapist Training and
Continuing Education Units (CEU's) page ]
Information on advertising your continuing education workshop. ]
For more information about advertising on CounselingSeattle.com ]
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2012 by CounselingSeattle
Floyd Else, Webmaster, and may not be reproduced, in whole or in part without
crediting the author, source and site name. All rights reserved.
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