Yes. I had an LPC in Kentucky (2003). When I moved to South Carolina (2005) they did NOT transfer my license (because SC requires that clinical supervision be conducted by an LPC-S, a designation that doesn't exist in KY). I had to start over (even though my KY supervisor would have met the SC criteria had it existed in KY). I received my SC LPC in 2007 and moved to Virginia later that year. Virginia transferred my SC licensed with no questions asked. Florida (where I'm moving next week) has been helpful but also has requirements that aren't uniform. I'm required to complete 3 workshops (AIDS/HIV, gender issues, and laws/ethics). I'm required to take the LMHCE exam (because I took the NCE for previous licensure). And there's a possibility I'll be required to take "Community Counseling" because none of my 130+ credits have that specific title (despite the fact that I have 10+ years of experience working in... community counseling). Because my program(s) were/are not CACREP (though both were/are regionally accredited), Florida is also requiring that I submit EVERY syllabus for review (good thing I kept them!) and I need to get sworn statements from the directors of both programs (MA in KY; PhD in VA) that my clinical practicum/internships meet CACREP criteria. Florida is also requiring that each of the other 3 states send my (clear) records noting that I paid for licensure renewal on time and had no violations on my record (I don't).