The State has now updated the website to reflect the expiration date of 0000-00-00. We should be notified when the Executive Order changes, which should then allow us to renew licenses. This includes: psychology, mental health professionals, marriage & family therapists, counselors, and social workers, as well as provisionally licensed credential holders.
From the State's website:
RENEWAL UPDATE: Per Executive Order 20-10, license renewal is being deferred for certain license types. Licenses for these license types will not expire until further notice and when the COVID-19 State of Emergency is lifted; therefore, expiration dates for these licenses will appear as 0000-00-00 on License Lookup unless the licensee has renewed.
Boundary violations continue to make the Top Five list of ethical issues in counseling.
Meets criteria for 1-hour ethics CEU in NE
A post-test will need to be completed for CEUs.
Presenter: Dr. Susan Meyerle, LIMHP
Ethics Advisor & founder of EthicsRock.com
Check out this resource provided by Nebraska DHHS for the latest information on cybersecurity attacks for telehealth practices.
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