License Renewal

Renewal information

The next renewal period will be October through December 2024 for the 2025-2026 biennium.  Renewal information will be sent prior to that via email.  To request a renewal packet be sent by U.S. mail, contact the Board office.  Please allow 2 weeks for receipt of mailed packets. 

To verify your directory email and mailing address, review your information at the licensure lookup site.


Please note:

  • Renewal forms and fee must be received by December 31, 2024.  
    • Documents must be postmarked or received in person in the office by December 31, 2024.
  • Renewals received after the above dates will be considered late and require a $200.00 late fee to complete renewal.
  • Office hours are Monday-Thursday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or by appointment.
  • If you would like verification of receipt, the Board recommends sending materials certified or signature required.
  • This is a two-person office and is often busy during renewal.  As a result, notification of receipt of renewal materials will be limited to the mailed expiration sticker.  
  • The Board implemented online renewal in the 2019-2020 biennium.
  • Renewal will not be considered complete without CEUs and renewal fee.  
  • Audit.  If you are selected as part of the random audit of renewal materials, provide proof of all CEUs (i.e. course certificate).  Continuing education courses must have taken place during the current renewal period (January 1, 2023 - December 31, 2024).
  • If your form is returned, it could be marked late if received complete after above dates.
To log-in to the online portal, visit

To change your personal information, please login to the licensee database at  The system will ask for your Registry #.  This is your license number.   If you have forgotten your password or if it is your first time using the system, click either “Forgot your password” or “Register for Online Access.”    

To update your contact information, select the “Review/Update Info” option. Under this option, you can add/update your Mailin

Continuing Education

Any person who received their new Nevada license between January 2023 and December 2024 will not be required to provide proof of Continuing Education credits.

For the 2023-2024 biennium, the number of live or face-to-face credits will once again be fifteen (15).  Live credits include online opportunities as long as real-time interaction with the presenter is possible.  The other 15 credits may be distance learning, home-study, or asynchronous learning credits.  

In accordance with NAC 641.007, “Home study course” means a course of instruction designed for home study in which

  1. Instruction is provided to the participant on-demand at a location at which the instructor is not physically present; and  
  2. There is no ability for the participant to communicate with the instructor in real-time during the course of instruction. 

Continuing Education Requirements

You are required to provide proof:

  • 30 hours of continuing education credits
    • 6 hours of scientific and professional ethics and standards, and common areas of professional misconduct.  Ethics course must be APA or Board approved and may be taken through home study.
    • 2 hours of evidence-based suicide prevention and awareness.
    • 6 hours of continuing education relating to cultural competency and diversity, equity, and inclusion. 
      • This requirement was put in place as a 2 hour requirement during the 2021 Legislative session and was increased to 6 hours during the 2023 Legislative session.
      • Courses in cultural competency and diversity, equity, and inclusion must address persons of different cultural backgrounds, including, but not limited to, the following categories: 
        • Persons from various gender, racial and ethnic backgrounds;
        • Persons from various religious backgrounds;
        • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning persons;
        • Children and senior citizens;
        • Veterans;
        • Persons with a mental illness;
        • Persons with an intellectual disability, developmental disability or physical disability; and
        • Persons who are part of any other population that the holder of a license may need to better understand, as determined by the Board.



Approved courses can be found listed in NAC 641.136