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-  * **New York** - (Apr 28) - **New executive order waives licensing for professionals who are legally licensed in other states through May 16**: "I hereby temporarily suspend or modify, for the period from the date of this Executive Order through May 16, 2020 the following: ... Section 6502 of the Education Law and 8 NYCRR 59.8, to the extent necessary to allow ... licensed clinical social workers, licensed master social workers, ... mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, psychoanalysts and psychologists who have an unencumbered license and  are currently in good standing in New York State but not registered in New York State to practice in New York State without civil or criminal penalty related to lack of registration..."​. ​ [[https://​www.governor.ny.gov/​news/​no-20218-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency|Full text of the order here]]+  * **New York** - (Apr 28) - **New executive order waives licensing for professionals who are legally licensed in other states through May 16**: "I hereby temporarily suspend or modify, for the period from the date of this Executive Order through May 16, 2020 the following: ... Section 6502 of the Education Law and 8 NYCRR 59.8, to the extent necessary to allow ... licensed clinical social workers, licensed master social workers, ... mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, psychoanalysts and psychologists who have an unencumbered license and  are currently in good standing in New York State but not registered in New York State to practice in New York State without civil or criminal penalty related to lack of registration..."​. ​ [[https://​www.governor.ny.gov/​news/​no-20218-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency|Full text of the original ​order, 202.18 (effective until May 16, 2020) here]], [[https://​www.governor.ny.gov/​news/​no-20227-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency|Order 202.27, extension until June 4, 2020]], [[https://​www.governor.ny.gov/​news/​no-20239-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency|Order 202.39, extension through July 7, 2020]], [[https://​www.governor.ny.gov/​news/​no-20249-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency|Order 202.49, extension through August 6, 2020]]
  
   * **North Carolina** - (Mar 21) - **Exemption for 30 days per calendar year**: "§ 90-332.1. ​ Exemptions from licensure.(a) It  is  not  the  intent ​ of  this  Article ​ to  regulate ​ members ​ of  other  regulated ​ professions who  do  counseling ​ in  the  normal ​ course ​ of  the  practice ​ of  their  profession. ​ Accordingly, ​ this Article does not apply to:...(6) Any  nonresident ​ temporarily employed ​ in  this  State  to  render ​ counseling services ​ for  not  more  than  30  days  in  a  year,  if  the  person ​ holds  a  license ​ or certificate required for counselors in another state." ​ [[https://​www.ncblpc.org/​LawsAndCodes|Find the distance counseling policy here]][[https://​www.ncblpc.org/​Assets/​LawsAndCodes/​LPC_Practice_Act(NCGSArticle24).pdf|Find the statute here]]   * **North Carolina** - (Mar 21) - **Exemption for 30 days per calendar year**: "§ 90-332.1. ​ Exemptions from licensure.(a) It  is  not  the  intent ​ of  this  Article ​ to  regulate ​ members ​ of  other  regulated ​ professions who  do  counseling ​ in  the  normal ​ course ​ of  the  practice ​ of  their  profession. ​ Accordingly, ​ this Article does not apply to:...(6) Any  nonresident ​ temporarily employed ​ in  this  State  to  render ​ counseling services ​ for  not  more  than  30  days  in  a  year,  if  the  person ​ holds  a  license ​ or certificate required for counselors in another state." ​ [[https://​www.ncblpc.org/​LawsAndCodes|Find the distance counseling policy here]][[https://​www.ncblpc.org/​Assets/​LawsAndCodes/​LPC_Practice_Act(NCGSArticle24).pdf|Find the statute here]]
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