New Mexico Behavioral Health Licensing Statutes & Regulations
Provider licensing by primary boards for NILs
Licensures for behavioral health practitioners are issued by different boards depending on the education and training of the practitioner. Each board has its own regulations starting with New Mexico Statues Annotated (NMSAs) and more specific New Mexico Administrative Codes (NMACs). These include licensure requirements, approved supervisors, and CEU and renewal criteria.
New Mexico Compilation Commission
Specific rules (NMACs) for licensure requirements and Scopes of Practice, as outlined by Statutes, can be found at the individual Board site pages for Rules and Laws:
Counseling and Therapy Practice Board
Statute and Scope of Practice for Counselors: Article 9A Counseling and Therapy, 61-9A-1 through 61-9A-30