New Hampshire Speech-Language Pathologist License Reciprocity Guide - 2024

AKA: New Hampshire Speech Therapist Reciprocity

Speech Pathologist Programs

by Speech Pathologist Programs Staff

Updated: March 18th, 2024

New Hampshire Speech-Language Pathologist License Reciprocity Process

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) licensed in another jurisdiction are eligible for licensure in New Hampshire without having to retake the national exam. The requirements are as follows:

  • You are actively practicing in the profession. Active practice means working a minimum of 432 hours as a speech-language pathologist in the immediate preceding 36 months.
  • Hold a master’s degree or higher in speech-language pathology, communication sciences, and disorders, or communication disorders from a CAA-accredited program.
  • Proof of completing 400 hours of supervised clinical practicum
  • A passing Praxis exam score
  • Verification of completing the postgraduate professional work experience
  • Answer the questions about good professional character and reliability on the application.

Submit the information above along with the $110 licensing fee and $60 application fee and the Board will send an email notification once the license is issued.

Submit your application through the Board’s online portal.