Connecticut Social Work License

Connecticut Social Work License

Earn Your Connecticut Social Work License

Are you interested in getting your social work license in Connecticut? By getting your social work license in Connecticut, you’ll be joining approximately 5,629 other social workers in providing the residents of Connecticut with quality mental health services. Below you’ll find a step-by-step guide for obtaining your Connecticut Social Work License . While we work hard to keep our information up-to-date, it’s best to get in touch with the Connecticut Department of Public Health at (860) 509-7603 to make sure you’re headed in the right direction.

5 Steps for Obtaining Your Connecticut Social Work License:

  1. 1

    Fulfill Your Education Requirements.

    Obtain a Master of Social Work (MSW) from a CSWE approved or accredited college or university.

  2. 2

    Apply for the Master’s Level Exam.

    Complete the State Application by registering and applying online.

    Make sure to review your completed application. Missing dates and signatures are the most common reasons applications are delayed. And don’t forget to include the check!

    You'll have to pass the ASWB LMSW exam to get your Colorado Social Work License. So once you are cleared, register for the LMSW exam with ASWB.

  3. 3

    Prepare for the Master’s Level Exam.

    Pick an exam date and make your test appointment at Pearson VUE.

    Use our complete study system for the ASWB LMSW Exam. We cover the essential topics and supply the thinking strategies you’ll need to figure out the right answer. We provide an organized, step-by-step approach so you won’t waste your time trying to figure out what to study. Coaches who recently passed the exam are available to answer any questions while you prepare. Our materials are developed by social workers who passed the social work licensing exam with over 90% correct. We recommend studying 4-8 weeks with our program.

  4. 4

    Pass the Master’s Level Exam and obtain your LSW.

    Congratulations! Now you can start earning your hours for the LCSW Exam.

  5. 5

    Qualify for the Clinical Exam.

    Complete 3000 post-graduate hours.

    Complete a minimum of 100 hours of supervision.

  6. 6

    Apply for the Clinical Exam.

    Complete and have notarized the State Application.

    Make sure to review your completed application. Missing dates and signatures are the most common reasons applications are delayed. And don’t forget to include the check!

    Submit a Verification of Employment form documenting completion of 3,000 hours of post-master's work experience.

    Submit a Verification of Supervision form documenting completion of 100 hours of work experience under professional supervision by a licensed clinical or certified independent social worker.

    Submit an official transcript verifying the award of a master's or doctorate degree from an accredited social work program to the Department of Public Health.

  7. 7

    Prepare for the Social Work Clinical License (LCSW) Exam and obtain your LCSW.

    You'll have to pass the ASWB LCSW exam to get your Alabama Social Work License. So once you are cleared, register for the LCSW exam with the ASWB.

    Pick an exam date and make your test appointment at Pearson VUE.

    Use our complete study system for the ASWB LCSW Exam. We cover the essential topics and supply the thinking strategies you’ll need to figure out the right answer. We provide an organized, step-by-step approach so you won’t waste your time trying to figure out what to study. Coaches who recently passed the exam are available to answer any questions while you prepare. Our materials are developed by social workers who passed the social work licensing exam with over 90% correct. We recommend studying 4-8 weeks with our program.

  8. 8

    Pass the Clinical Level Exam and obtain your LCSW.

    Congratulations! What an accomplishment. We wish you all the best in your career as a licensed clinical social worker.

 

Do you have questions about the Social Work Exam? Download our free Social Work Exam Guide.

Do you still have questions about obtaining your Connecticut social work license? Contact us and one of our coaches will help out.

Warmly,
The Therapist Development Center Team

 

 

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