Executive Order 20-101: Supervised Practice
On May 6, 2021, Governor Tim Walz signed Emergency Executive Order 21-21 rescinding Executive Orders 20-23, 20-28, and 20-101 effective May 28, 2021. Normal Board licensure and regulation processes will resume on May 28, 2021. This includes fingerprinting for licensure, continuing education reporting, and compliance with in-person supervision requirements. As of May 6, 2021, out-of-state telehealth registration applications will no longer be processed.
Beginning May 28, 2021, all supervision must again be completed according to statute and rule. Executive Order 20-101 no longer applies to supervision.
- LPCC General Method applicants must complete 75% of their supervision in person. They may complete 25% of their supervision electronically. These requirements are in Minnesota Statutes section 148B.5301 and cannot be waived or varied.
- LPC applicants and licensees and LPCC Conversion Method applicants are required to complete 75% of their supervision in person. They may complete 25% of their supervision electronically. These supervision requirements are in rule, so individuals may request a variance to these requirements. Link to the variance request: Variance Request Form