General Assembly passes bill to create two-tier licensing for mental health counselors

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PROVIDENCE – A bill aimed at easing the state’s shortage of mental health counselors by allowing counselors to practice as entry-level associates prior to earning their license has passed the R.I. General Assembly and is headed to Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s desk. The bill would create a licensing system that allows mental health counselors and…

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