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Alabama

I

I

I

Alaska

I

I

I

Arizona

I

I

I

Arkansas

I

I

I

Colorado

I

I

I

Delaware

N

N

N

Georgia

I

I

I

Hawaii

I

I

I

Idaho

N

N

N

Illinois

I

I

I

Indiana

I

I

I

Iowa

I

I

I

Kansas

I

I

I

Kentucky

I

I

I

Louisiana

N

N

N

Maine

I

I

I

Michigan

I

UC

I

Minnesota

I

I

I

Mississippi

UC

UC

I

Missouri

I

I

I

Montana

N

N

N

Nebraskaa

I

I

I

Nevada

b

I

I

I

New Hampshire

I

I

I

New Mexico

I

I

I

North Carolina

I

I

I

North Dakota

N

N

N

Oklahoma

I

I

I

Oregon

I

UCc

I

Pennsylvania

I

I

I

South Carolina

I

I

I

South Dakota

I

I

I

Tennessee

I

I

I

Texas

I

I

I

Utah

I

I

I

Vermont

I

I

I

Washington

I

I

I

West Virginia

N

N

N

Wisconsin

I

I

I

Wyoming

I

I

I

Table 3: Marriage and Family Therapy Scope of Practice, by State

State

Marriage and Family Therapist

Assess

Treatment Plan

Individual & Group

Counseling

Key:

I S

Can be performed independently Can be performed with supervision

N

Cannot perform this function State does not license at this level

a NE “certifies” each mental health profession, but has one license for every professional who performs clinical mental health tasks, the “Mental Health Practitioner License.” In NV, Marriage and Family Therapists cannot diagnosis or treat psychotic disorders. According to interview, the ability for MFT’s to develop treatment plans is open to interpretation in Oregon. b c

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