Colorado among states considering counselors compact
A bill being considered in the Colorado Senate would allow Colorado to join the Interstate Licensed Professional Counselors Compact. The Compact would allow licensed mental and behavioral health counselors licensed in a compact state to immediately begin practice upon residency in another compact state without obtaining a separate license in that state. Georgia and Maryland joined the Compact in 2021, and twleve other states are considering legislation. Ten states must enact the compact before it becomes effective.