Connecticut Occupational Therapy License Board

Building a career as an occupational therapist doesn't mean you have to stay in one place. Whether you live in Connecticut or want to travel there, all you need to practice is your state license. Find out more about applying for your licensure, job opportunities and the above-average salaries available for OTs in this New England state. There's a lot to consider when planning your next career move. Our staffing specialists are ready to help you get your licensure in order, find an occupational therapy job that matches your skillset and assist you in finding housing. Feel free to get in touch to learn more about acquiring your license in Connecticut and landing a job that you can thrive in. Get started by connecting with one of our staffing specialists who are on-call to answer any and all of your questions. 


How to Get Your Connecticut Occupational Therapy Board License

When all documentation is received, the Connecticut state board takes about three to four weeks to process a licensure application. Once you're licensed to practice, your earning potential is boosted, as Connecticut offers average annual salaries for OTs that are among the highest in the country. Daily living expenses, such as groceries and housing, are about 8% more expensive in Connecticut than the national average.

It's difficult to resist the allure of this beautiful state, which offers something for all moods and tastes. Relax on a beach, hike a scenic trail, paddle down a river or stop by a roadside clam shack. Chat with our recruiters about finding an occupational therapy job that lets you savor all that this appealing state has to offer.


How long does it take to receive your Occupational Therapy license in Connecticut?

It typically takes between three and four weeks to receive your occupational therapy license in Connecticut once all documentation is complete. This is average compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.

Connecticut Occupational Therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Connecticut Department of Public Health
Occupational Therapist Licensure
410 Capitol Avenue, MS #12APP
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134

Phone: (860) 509-7603
Fax: (860) 707-1982

Connecticut Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We help make your transition to a new city easier with travel reimbursement and furnished housing or a housing allowance. You also receive health insurance, a retirement account and free continuing education as part of a competitive package. And, while Connecticut boasts one of the highest average salaries for OTs at $92,770 per year, travel OTs can make even more, earning about 20% more than an OT in a permanent job.

Broaden your skill set by working in diverse locations across the country and enjoy top-notch compensation. Browse our current travel occupational therapy positions and submit your application today to access exciting opportunities in Connecticut with Med Travelers.

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