Marriage and family therapy in North Carolina is a professional practice that affects the public safety and welfare and requires appropriate licensure and control in the public interest.
The North Carolina Marriage and Family Therapy Licensure Board was established to ensure that the public has a means of protecting itself from the practice of marriage and family therapy by unprofessional, unauthorized, and unqualified individuals.
Board Members are appointed by the Governor of North Carolina. Four board members shall be practicing marriage and family therapists who are licensed in the state at the time of their appointment. Three members shall be representatives of the general public who have no direct affiliation with the practice of marriage and family therapy.
The Board is responsible for the review of qualifications and examination of all applicants for licensure.
To learn more about the Board or to access related informational sources, click on the sections below or quick links on the right side of the page.
This website is considered a primary source for North Carolina Marriage and Family Therapy Licensure Board (NCMFTLB) data. Credentialing information is updated monthly. It is the same information the Board provides through other means such as mail, telephone, fax, or email.
All information provided by the NCMFTLB on this website is made available as a service to the public. While every attempt is made to ensure that the information contained herein is both accurate and current, the Board makes no guarantee or warranty, either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content of this website or the content of any other website link. It is the responsibility of the user to assess the accuracy and reliability of the information obtained from this website. The Board shall not be liable for errors contained herein.
Periodic Review of Administrative RulesPosted on: Dec, 5 2016