Can I practice Telehealth in NC with my out of state license? No. In order to practice MFT telehealth in NC you must be licensed by the NCMFTLB.
Emergency Practice Permits for MFTs licensed in other states who were granted authorization to practice MFT in NC via the Governor’s Executive Orders expired July 1, 2021. For more information on telehealth across state lines, read the post referenced below.
Marriage and Family Therapy Licensees who wish to form a Professional Corporation or Professional Limited Liability Company must apply to the North Carolina Marriage and Family Therapy and Licensure Board for a Certificate of Registration (COR), pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes.
Apply Online via the Applicant Portal
Review Incorporation General Information, FAQs
Submit other documents and information as may be required or requested
For applicants who were licensed by the Board and their license has expired and has not been expired for more than two years may apply for reinstatement. Licenses that have expired more than two years cannot be reinstated. If your license has been inactive and you wish to return to active status you must also complete the Reinstatement application and show necessary CEUs and pay applicable fees
Please visit the Renewal page on this website for more detailed information.