Telepractice information

With the efforts to reduce community spread of COVID-19, many practitioners are seeking guidance on telepractice. Continuity of care is vital to mental health clients, and in this new climate, we encourage our licensees to become competent in telehealth delivery to continue to serve those in need.  There are many resources to assist behavioral health professionals in providing technology assisted therapy.  The Board does not have restrictions on which license types (temporary licensees, associate level or independent level licensees) can provide telepractice, however there may be limitations if providers are working through third party reimbursement.

Out of state clinicians, please read: Board statutes and rules related to telepractice

Governor Ducey's Executive Order 2020-15 - Expansion of Telemedicine

Federal and National Resources: