Simplify how you track and report your training hours

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How it works


Simple, easy, reliable

  • 1. Enter your hours

    Just log your hours, and the specific rules for your state and license will automatically be applied.

  • 2. Track your progress

    Track the number of hours you can claim, so you always know how many hours you’ve actually earned so far.

  • 3. Generate reports and forms

    Never miss a state requirement again with autopopulated state forms.

Who can use Track Your Hours? Those seeking the following licenses...

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW)

California

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Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT)

California

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Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC)

California

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Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC)

New York

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Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW)

New York

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Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC)

Texas

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Fast-track your way to licensure.

Get it done fast, and right, the first time.

Time to ditch clunky, outdated spreadsheets. We make it quick and easy to enter your hours, so you can instantly know exactly how many hours you have, and how many you still have to go.

Know what you need to do, when you need to do it.

This process can be overwhelming, but you’re not alone. We’ll give you all the information about rules and regulations you need to know in real time, so you never miss any requirements.

What people are saying


“I know I've said this before, but you guys are amazing! TYH has the best customer service. Thanks so much for responding to everything so quickly. It really alleviates my anxiety over this process.”

Valerie, CA MFT

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Keep up with rules and regulations

September 15

California Law & Ethics Requirement (proposed change)

The BBS is moving forward with a proposal to eliminate the 12-hour California law and ethics course requirement, and replace it with a requirement that all registrants complete a 3-hour California law and ethics course in each renewal cycle. Learn More

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June 25

TYH Blog Series: Evidence-based Treatment

This is the first in a series of posts that will examine evidence-based treatment approaches It is likely that you have read the study published in 2015 that identified a replication crisis in the body of work published in the field of psychology.  This study found that only 39 of the 100 replication attempts were … Continued

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June 14

Is it time to start preparing for face-to-face supervision? (California BBS)

The short answer is yes.  During the COVID-19 pandemic the Board of Behavioral Sciences issued (and extended multiple times) a waiver for the face-to-face supervision requirement.  This waiver has allowed Associates in any setting (including private practice) to count supervision via two-way, real-time videoconferencing.  In addition, it allowed Practicum students to count telehealth hours toward … Continued

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June 9

Delay in approving BBS LMFT Clinical Exam Applications

The BBS is currently reviewing LMFT Clinical Exam applications that were submitted the last week of December 2020.  As applicants wait over 5 months for a letter from the BBS many are wondering why it is taking so long. Why are AMFTs waiting over 5 months for their applications to be reviewed? In the month … Continued

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May 25

My supervisor is refusing to sign my hours. What do I do?

Ideally, as you go through your supervised experience for California licensure, you’ll have your supervisor sign your Weekly Summary of Hours of Experience each week. That way, if something happens to the supervisor, you have strong documentation of the hours of experience you had gained up to that point. But what happens when a supervisor … Continued

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May 25

Should you include buffer hours when submitting hours for licensure?

One of the most often-asked questions prelicensed therapists ask happens just as they hit the proverbial finish line: 3,000 hours of supervised experience (or whatever specific number their state board requires). They’re getting ready to submit their hours of supervised experience to their licensure board for review, and they wonder: Should I go above and … Continued

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