The Department of Health licenses and regulates professionals, facilities, and agencies that provide behavioral health services. Select the behavioral health profession, facility, or agency below to find out more about credential specific-requirements, information, and laws. Use Provider Credential Search to find the credential status of a professional, facility, or agency.
- Behavior health professions include but are not limited to
- Agency affiliated counselor
- Applied behavior analysis
- Certified adviser
- Certified behavior technician
- Certified counselor
- Certified occupational therapy assistant
- Licensed assistant behavior analyst
- Licensed behavior analyst
- Marriage and family therapist
- Marriage and family therapist – associate
- Mental health counselor
- Mental health counselor – associate
- Occupational therapist
- Sex offender treatment provider
- Social worker associate advanced (SWAA)
- Social worker
- Social worker associate independent clinical (SWAIC)
- Substance use disorder professional
- Substance use disorder professional trainee
See these Frequently Asked Questions for more information about these professions.
- Behavior Health Facilities
- The department is kicking off a series of rule-making workshops for behavioral health agencies. These workshops will focus on chapter 246-341 WAC. Check out this recorded presentation and see the rules in progress webpage for more information.
- Information for providers whose credentials have been affected by a drug conviction.