SOCIAL WORKERS: The District of Columbia Board of Social Work accepts our CE Credit for all courses that we offer.
The response to our email sent to the District of Columbia Department of Health, Health Professional Licensing Administration, D.C. Board of Social Work was as follows:
"Social Work: If the course is approved by NASW, ASWB or any other state Social Work Board it is approved for District Social Workers. Again, if NASW, ASWB or any other state Social Work Board has approved your course no additional approval is need for DC."
We are a licensed CE Provider for the State of Florida Board of Social Work Examiners (CE Provider #50-9610), and are formally accepted and approved by multiple other State Social Work Licensing Boards based on our national CE certifications by NBCC, EACC, NAADAC, IC&RC and other state boards. All of these certifications appear on every CEU By Net course completion certificate.
CEU By Net is an approved CE Provider for NBCC (ACEP #6338), and our courses are therefore accepted per the following Requirements of the DC Municipal Regulations for Professional Counseling:
6611.2 The Board may approve the following types of continuing education programs ..... (d) Workshops, seminars conferences, or courses in the behavioral health field offered by an individual or organization that has been certified or approved by one of the following:
(10) The National Board for Certified Counselors
Certified Addiction Counselors:
Certified Addiction Counselors I and Certified Addiction Counselors II (CACI and CACII): Forty (40) hours of CE every two (2) years, which include six (6) hours in ethics and three (3) hours in the subject of trauma counseling. Ethics and trauma counseling credits shall be earned in a face-to-face classroom setting. A maximum of 6 of the remaining 31 hours may be taken online.
NOTE TO ADDICTION COUNSELORS: We don't find information about who can provide CE. However, all of our courses are approved for NAADAC and IC&RC, and by the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals and the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals.
Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT):
Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT): Thirty (30) hours of CE every two (2) years, which include six (6) hours in ethics and may complete as part of the remaining twenty-four (24) hours; in current and emerging issues in marriage and family therapy. A minimum of fifteen (15) of the thirty (30) hours shall be completed in a live, face-to-face setting.
NOTE: We have not found, on the LMFT DC website, any information about who can provide CE for LMFTs. However, we are approved to provide CE for the Texas State Board of Examiners of MFTs, and by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling, and by California BBS, and by NBCC.
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