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The New Mexico Counseling Association

Attention Members of the New Mexico Counseling & Therapy Practice

Notice is hereby given that the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board will convene a regular meeting on Friday, May 13, 2022. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will be held via Cisco Webex Meetings.

Go to https://www.rld.nm.gov/boards-and-commissions/individual-boards-and-commissions/counseling-and-therapy-practice-overview/ct-board-information/ for more information.

The agenda will be posted and available at least 72 hours before the meeting on the Board’s website. An individual with a disability who needs a reader, amplifier, qualified signed language interpreter, or other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the meeting please contact Adam Griego, Board Administrator at (505) 476-4605 or (505) 476-4622.

“Thank you for attending the New Mexico Counseling Association Conference on April 2nd. I would like to thank the speakers for taking the time to share and the volunteers for spending time and effort in putting together a great conference. Lora Smalley, LMFT was voted on to start in July as President. Thank you all for what you do. We look forward to seeing you next year!”

Bryan Moffitt, Ph.D., JD, LPCC, LPC-S, NMCA President
ENMU Assistant Professor/Graduate Coordinator Counseling Program

Per the New Mexico Counseling & Therapy Practice Board:
Continuing education specific to supervision will be required to maintain a supervisor designation, including three (3) hours specific to counseling and therapy supervision; and six (6) hours specific to ethics in supervision (which cannot be counted toward the twelve (12) hours of ethics required to renewal all licenses). However, continuing education hours required to maintain a supervisor designation may be used toward the total number of hours required to renew an individual practitioner license.