Applied Behavioral Analysis | Washington State Department of Health

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Certified Behavior Technician

The Washington State Department of Health requires that only the applicant or licensee may complete an attestation for application or for continuing education. This is a legal certificate. Completion of the certification by someone other than the applicant may be a reportable criminal offence. The Department of Health can take action against people for perjury or for making a false statement that they know to be false.

For more information, please see:

Washington state law allows the Department of Health to obtain fingerprint-based background checks for licensing purposes. This check can be done by the Washington State Patrol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. We may require this if you have lived in another state or have a criminal record in Washington State. It would be at your expense.

You must pay the application fee at the time of your application. You can use a credit or debit card with a VISA or MasterCard logo, or pay by ACH/E-Check. Please ensure that your address on the payment information screen matches the address your financial institution has on file for you. These fees are non-refundable. There is a convenience fee for applying online.

If we need additional documents, we will notify you by e-mail.

There are additional items you may need, in addition to your application:

If you have any questions, contact our customer service members at 360-236-4700.

To start

Online Application Instructions

Watch the online application video.

Online application instructions are on our website. Online applications can be accessed through the SecureAccess Washington (SAW) security portal. You will need to add the Ministry of Health Online Application Portal Service to access the online applications. The first time you add the service, you will be prompted to answer several questions to verify your identity. The questions will match the name and address you provide with the existing public record information. Since the questions are from a public record, you must provide a full address and your full legal name as it appears on your driver’s license or birth certificate. You may need to enter an old address, especially if your address has changed recently (within the last two years) to get the correct questions about your identity. If you do not have enough information on the public record to verify your identity and you are not currently accredited by the Department of Health, then you will need to submit a paper application, as you will not be able to access the online request. Portal.

Once you’ve completed the process, you’ll receive an email with your pending ID number, or you can view the provider’s credential search. Refer to this identification number each time you contact the Department of Health or submit documents.

Certified Behavior Analyst

The Washington State Department of Health requires that only the applicant or licensee may complete an attestation for application or for continuing education. This is a legal certificate. Completion of the certification by someone other than the applicant may be a reportable criminal offence. The Department of Health can take action against people for perjury or for making a false statement that they know to be false.

For more information, please see:

Washington state law allows the Department of Health to obtain fingerprint-based background checks for licensing purposes. This check can be done by the Washington State Patrol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. We may require this if you have lived in another state or have a criminal record in Washington State. It would be at your expense.

You must pay the application fee at the time of your application. You can use a credit or debit card with a VISA or MasterCard logo, or pay by ACH/E-Check. Please ensure that your address on the payment information screen matches the address your financial institution has on file for you. These fees are non-refundable. There is a convenience fee for applying online.

If we need additional documents, we will notify you by e-mail.

There are additional items you may need, in addition to your application:

If you have any questions, contact our customer service members at 360-236-4700.

To start

Online Application Instructions

Watch the online application video.

Online application instructions are on our website. Online applications can be accessed through the SecureAccess Washington (SAW) security portal. You will need to add the Ministry of Health Online Application Portal Service to access the online applications. The first time you add the service, you will be prompted to answer several questions to verify your identity. The questions will match the name and address you provide with the existing public record information. Since the questions are from a public record, you must provide a full address and your full legal name as it appears on your driver’s license or birth certificate. You may need to enter an old address, especially if your address has changed recently (within the last two years) to get the correct questions about your identity. If you do not have enough information on the public record to verify your identity and you are not currently accredited by the Department of Health, then you will need to submit a paper application, as you will not be able to access the online request. Portal.

Once you’ve completed the process, you’ll receive an email with your pending ID number, or you can view the provider’s credential search. Refer to this identification number each time you contact the Department of Health or submit documents.

Certified Behavior Analyst Assistant

The Washington State Department of Health requires that only the applicant or licensee may complete an attestation for application or for continuing education. This is a legal certificate. Completion of the certification by someone other than the applicant may be a reportable criminal offence. The Department of Health can take action against people for perjury or for making a false statement that they know to be false.

For more information, please see:

Washington state law allows the Department of Health to obtain fingerprint-based background checks for licensing purposes. This check can be done by the Washington State Patrol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. We may require this if you have lived in another state or have a criminal record in Washington State. It would be at your expense.

You must pay the application fee at the time of your application. You can use a credit or debit card with a VISA or MasterCard logo, or pay by ACH/E-Check. Please ensure that your address on the payment information screen matches the address your financial institution has on file for you. These fees are non-refundable. There is a convenience fee for applying online.

If we need additional documents, we will notify you by e-mail.

There are additional items you may need, in addition to your application:

If you have any questions, contact our customer service members at 360-236-4700.

To start

Online Application Instructions

Watch the online application video.

Online application instructions are on our website. Online applications can be accessed through the SecureAccess Washington (SAW) security portal. You will need to add the Ministry of Health Online Application Portal Service to access the online applications. The first time you add the service, you will be prompted to answer several questions to verify your identity. The questions will match the name and address you provide with the existing public record information. Since the questions are from a public record, you must provide a full address and your full legal name as it appears on your driver’s license or birth certificate. You may need to enter an old address, especially if your address has changed recently (within the last two years) to get the correct questions about your identity. If you do not have enough information on the public record to verify your identity and you are not currently accredited by the Department of Health, then you will need to submit a paper application, as you will not be able to access the online request. Portal.

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