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Track hours and generate your forms for California BBS licensure as an LMFT, LPCC or LCSW.  Log hours anywhere with TYH Mobile.

 

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The appropriate BBS regulations are applied to your hours so you know how many you can actually claim.

 

 

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  • The Easiest Way to Manage Your Hours

    We make it incredibly easy to track hours on your computer or mobile device. Even sites with multiple supervisors are easy to setup and track. Just enter your hours and they are automatically reported under the correct status.

  • Stay on Track

    With TrackYourHours you will always know how many hours you have actually earned. The software calculates the number of hours you can claim after applying the BBS regulations.

  • Alerts Keep You Informed

    Receive alerts if you have insufficient supervision hours in a week, your supervision ratios are off, or you are over the maximum hours in a category.

  • TYH Knows the Rules

    
Our software is up-to-date with the most current BBS regulations. Whether your hours were earned yesterday or six years ago the software will apply the appropriate regulations and generate the correct forms.



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  • Jamie, CA MFT

    "Just wanted to let you know that this product is incredible! To be able to know where I am with all my hours at any given time across all of my sites is incredible. TrackYourHours has truly helped me see light at the end of the tunnel"

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

  • What is the advantage of logging conjoint couples and family hours?

    The BBS provides an incentive for trainees and interns to gain experience treating couples and families by applying a 2:1 multiplier to these hours. Both pre- and post-degree you are allowed to “double-count” up to 150 hours treating couples and families.

    TrackYourHours automatically applies this multiplier to your valid total so you know how
    many hours will be counted by the BBS.  If you reach the category maximum you receive an alert and hours logged above the maximum are automatically subtracted from your valid total so you always know how many hours you can actually claim.

  • What is included in the non-counseling experience (NCE) category?

    Pre-2012 NCE included workshops and training, personal psychotherapy received, individual supervision, group supervision and client centered advocacy. As of January 1, 2012 the BBS removed CCA from NCE. The BBS allows you to claim a maximum of 1,000 hours of NCE.

    Fortunately with TrackYourHours you do not need to memorize the definition of NCE!  TrackYourHours automatically tracks your NCE hours, combining the appropriate sub-categories based on the date the hours were earned.  If you reach the category maximum you receive an alert and hours logged above the maximum are automatically subtracted from your valid total so you always know how many hours you can actually claim.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

  • How many weeks of supervised experience are required?

    ASWs must complete at least 104 weeks of supervision. The minimum amount of supervision required per week is either one hour of individual supervision or two hours of group supervision. Of the 104 weeks of supervision, at least 52 weeks must be weeks in which at least one hour of individual supervision was received.

    TrackYourHours automatically tracks the weeks you meet the minimum supervision requirement.  On your dashboard page you can view the number of supervised weeks as well as the number weeks you received individual supervision.

  • How many of your hours must be gained under the supervision of an LCSW?

    Of the required 3,200 hours of work experience, 1,700 hours must be gained under the supervision of an LCSW. The remaining 1,500 hours can be gained under either an LCSW, MFT, licensed psychologist, or licensed physician nationally board certified in psychiatry.

    TrackYourHours automatically tracks the number of hours you log under the supervision of an LCSW across all of your sites to ensure you meet this requirement.

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

  • How many hours of Group Therapy can be claimed?

    Professional clinical counselor interns can claim a maximum of 500 hours of Group Therapy.

    TrackYourHours tracks the hours of Group Therapy you log.  If you reach the category maximum you receive an alert and hours logged above the maximum are automatically subtracted from your valid total so you always know how many hours you can actually claim.

  • What is included in the non-counseling experience (NCE) category?

    Non-counseling experience includes administering and evaluating psychological tests, writing clinical reports, writing progress or process notes (maximum 250 hours), workshops, seminars, training sessions, or conferences (maximum 250 hours), client centered advocacy and supervision (individual and group).  You can claim up to 1,250 NCE hours.

    TrackYourHours automatically tracks your NCE hours, combining the appropriate sub-categories. If you reach the category maximum you receive an alert and hours logged above the maximum are automatically subtracted from your valid total so you always know how many hours you can actually claim.