Indiana Speech-Language Pathologist License Reciprocity Guide - 2024

AKA: Indiana Speech Therapy Reciprocity

Speech Pathologist Programs

by Speech Pathologist Programs Staff

Updated: March 19th, 2024

Indiana Speech Pathologist License Reciprocity Process

Indiana allows those with current licenses to practice speech-language pathology in other states to apply for licensure by reciprocity. To be granted licensure through this process you must show the following:

  • The issuing state’s licensing requirements are equivalent or exceed Indiana’s requirements; or
  • At the time the license was issued minimum education requirements existed in the issuing state, applicable work experience and clinical supervision requirements were in effect and met by the applicant, and the applicant passed a licensing exam
  • Holds and unencumbered license with no restrictions and is in good standing
  • You are not currently under investigation or have a pending complaint related to unprofessional conduct with the regulating agency in the issuing state
  • You have not committed an act considered to be grounds for refusal, suspension, or license revocation
  • $150 application fee

While waiting for the Board to approve your licensure by reciprocity, you are permitted to have a provisional license. The requirements are the same as above, with the following additions:

  • You have no disqualifying criminal history
  • Submit verification of your current license
  • Your licensure application has been submitted and all fees paid

The provisional license expires one-year from the date of issue, or on the day your permanent license was approved or denied.