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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?

Approved Social Workers (ASW)

California

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Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT)

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Time to ditch clunky, outdated spreadsheets.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

April 23

Proposed Amendment to AB-462 April 2021

Assembly Bill 462 (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Act) is currently making its way through the legislative process. If the bill passes through the legislature and is signed by the Governor, APCCs will no longer be required to meet additional requirements in order to expand their scope of practice to assess or treat couples or families … Continued

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April 13

NY LCSW (NYSED) Licensure FAQs

Below are answers to FAQs related to seeking licensure as an Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York.  TrackYourHours applies to NYSED rules to your hours as you log them and alerts you whenever there is a potential issue.  TrackYourHours also assists you with completing the state required forms that document your supervised experience. How … Continued

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April 13

NY LMHC (NYSED) Licensure FAQs

Below are answers to FAQs related to seeking licensure as an Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York.  TrackYourHours applies to NYSED rules to your hours as you log them and alerts you whenever there is a potential issue.  TrackYourHours also assists you with completing the state required forms that document your supervised experience. How … Continued

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March 17

Why is it beneficial for a pre-licensee to complete continuing education courses? (California AMFTs, APCCs and ASWs)

Although you are not required to complete continuing education courses until you are licensed, these courses are a great way for pre-licensed clinicians to earn additional hours of experience and expand their knowledge and skills.  In addition, as of January 1, 2021 there is a new Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention requirement that can be … Continued

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February 16

How do I log continuing education credits when I am pre-licensed?

Until you are licensed as an LMFT, LPCC or LCSW, continuing education hours do not technically count as CEs.  Continuing education hours should be logged in the category of workshops and trainings.  The BBS does not require you to submit or retain any documentation of the training.  As long as your supervisor approves the training … Continued

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January 13

New 2021 BBS Forms

The BBS has released new experience verification and weekly summary forms dated January 1, 2021.  The experience verification forms have only one minor change on page 1.  “*If licensed in California for less than two years on the first date of experience claimed, provide out-of-state license information.” was changed to “*If licensed in California for … Continued

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