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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 115. Board of Counseling
4/2/2020

Chapter 60. Regulations Governing the Practice of Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment PractitionersRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Fees required by the board
Section 30
Sex offender treatment provider certification
Section 40
Application for licensure by examination
Section 50
Prerequisites for licensure by endorsement
Section 55
[Repealed]
Section 60
Degree program requirements
Section 70
Coursework requirements
Section 80
Residency requirements
Section 90
General examination requirements; schedules; time limits
Section 100
[Repealed]
Section 110
Renewal of licensure
Section 115
Continued competency requirements for renewal of a license
Section 116
Continuing competency activity criteria
Section 117
Documenting compliance with continuing competency requirements
Section 120
Late renewal; reinstatement
Section 130
Standards of practice
Section 140
Grounds for revocation, suspension, probation, reprimand, censure, or denial of renewal of license
Section 150
Reinstatement following disciplinary action
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FORMS (18VAC115-60)

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