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Ohio Marriage and Family Therapist Licensure

Learn how to earn your MFT licensure in OH

Below are basic guidelines for those wishing to earn their marriage and family therapist licensure in Ohio. These procedures rarely change; however, it is wise to contact the Ohio Marriage and Family Therapist Board at (614)-466-7131 to make sure you are on the right track.

Follow these steps to earn your Ohio MFT License:

Step One:

You will need to complete a masters degree, including a practicum, from an accredited school in order to become eligible for Ohio marriage and family therapy licensure.

Or request information from additional schools offering Marriage and Family Therapy programs in Ohio. If you have not completed a bachelor's degree program yet, Click Here.

Step Two:

Next, you will need to fill out a Request for Application form and submit the form to the Ohio Board. When the Board approves your request, you will receive an application packet and be eligible to take the National Examination for Marriage and Family Therapy.

You can download the request form off the following Ohio Board's webpage. Information about the Ohio MFT license exam can be found on the AMFTRB website.

Step Three:

Once you have passed the examination, you will need to fill out the complete Ohio MFT licensure application and submit the application along with all other supporting documents and fees to the Ohio Board.

Once this application has been approved, you will receive your license.

Step Four:

At this point, you can decide to upgrade your license to practice independently. You will need to complete two years of work experience with 1000 hours working directly with couples and families. These hours must be under an approved supervisor.

More details about the hourly requirements and qualifying supervisors can be found in the Laws and Rules document that is available for download off the following Ohio Board's webpage.

Step Five:

When your work experience has been completed, you can submit the IMFT Request for Application to the Ohio Board.

You may download the form to request the IMFT licensure application off the following Ohio Board's webpage.

Step Six:

After the Board has received your request for a licensure application, you will receive an official application from the Board. You will then need to complete the application and return it to the Ohio Board where they will evaluate your qualifications for independent licensure.

You will be contacted at the conclusion of this process.

Good Luck!

Ohio Marriage & Family Therapy Schools
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