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10.36.01.00.htm 10.36.01.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 36 BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGISTS Chapter 01 Procedures Authority: Health Occupations Article, §18-206, 18-301(b)3) and (d) 18-302―18-305, 18-309, and 18-317, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.36.01.01.htm 10.36.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this subtitle, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Activities and services" means performing the psychological activities or services that are required training for completing the program in psychology.2) “Applicant” means an individual seeking a license or registration to practice psychology in Maryland.3) "Board" means the State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.. 4) “Central repository” means the Criminal Justice
10.36.01.02.htm 10.36.01.02. 02 Application Required for Licensure or Registration.. A. An application packet for licensure is complete when the following conditions are met:. 1) The completed application packet is:. a) Submitted to the Board and notarized; and. b) Accompanied by the required nonrefundable application fee in the form of a personal check, cashier’s check or money order;2) An application packet includes:. a) Answers to application questions;.
10.36.01.03.htm 10.36.01.03. 03 Education Required for Licensure.. A. The applicant for licensure shall have a doctoral degree in psychology as defined in Health Occupations Article, §18-101(c) Annotated Code of Maryland.B. The applicant for registration as a psychology associate shall meet the educational requirement as defined in Health Occupations Article, §18-302(g) Annotated Code of Maryland.
10.36.01.04.htm 10.36.01.04. 04 Professional Supervised Experience Required for Licensure ― General.. A. An applicant for licensure shall present evidence of having completed 2 years of supervised professional experience before taking the examinations required in Regulation .06 of this chapter.B. The 2 years of supervised professional experience shall consist of a minimum of 3,250 hours.. C. Supervision Generally.. 1) A minimum of 75 percent of the applicant's supervised professional exper
10.36.01.04-1.htm 10.36.01.04-1. 04-1 Supervised Professional Experience ― Programs That Are Not Practice-Oriented.. A. For applicants for licensure graduating from programs that are not practice-oriented, supervised professional experience may be accrued in professional work in psychology using the methods, principles, and procedures of psychology, including, but not limited to:1) Teaching;. 2) Research; and. 3) Industrial or organizational consultation.. B. In order for the experience to qualify as full-
10.36.01.04-2.htm 10.36.01.04-2. 04-2 Supervised Professional Experience ― Practice-Oriented Programs.. A. For applicants for licensure graduating from practice-oriented programs, supervised professional experience may be accrued through:1) Pre-internship;. 2) Internship;. 3) Pre-doctoral post-internship; or. 4) Post-doctoral experiences.. B. The academic training program director or the post-doctoral training supervisor shall attest to the hours accrued to meet the requirements of this regulation on a form requ
10.36.01.04-3.htm 10.36.01.04-3. 04-3 Post-Doctoral Supervised Professional Experience ― General.. A. A supervisor is ethically and legally responsible for all supervisee work covered by a written supervision agreement.B. Supervisees shall use titles indicating their training status, such as "psychology resident" "psychology intern" or "psychology supervisee"C. Supervised experience shall be appropriate to the area or areas of professional activity in which the supervisee intends tD. There shall be at leas
10.36.01.04-4.htm 10.36.01.04-4. 04-4 Post-Doctoral Supervised Professional Experience as a Registered Psychology Associate.. A. An applicant accruing post-doctoral supervised experience in an activity that is not exempt under Health Occupations Article, §18-301 or 18-102(3) Annotated Code of Maryland, shall apply to the Board for registration as a psychology associate in accordance with COMAR 10.36.07.B. Exempted activities under Health Occupations Article, §18-301 and 18-102(3) Annotated Code of Mar
10.36.01.05.htm 10.36.01.05. 05 Applications for Licensure from Nonresidents.. A. When submitting an application for licensure, an applicant who is a nonresident or does not practice psychology in Maryland and who does not intend to reside or practice in Maryland, shall submit a statement showing that the applicant's licensure would be in the interest of the citizens or government of Maryland.B. The Board shall determine whether to accept or reject the statement.. C. In the event of unfavo
10.36.01.06.htm 10.36.01.06. 06 Examinations Required for Licensure or Registration.. A. The Board requires applicants for licensure to receive passing scores of at least:. 1) A scaled score of 500 on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) for examinations administered on or after January 1, 2002, or a score of 73 percent on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) prepared and scored before January 1, 2002; and
10.36.01.07.htm 10.36.01.07. 07 Exceptions to Licensure.. A. A student, intern, or fellow may qualify for an exception to licensure while performing the activities and services of a supervised course of study in psychology with the following requirements:1) The identified faculty shall provide the supervision;. 2) The individual shall receive the amount of supervision:. a) Set by the educational or internship program; or. b) In accordance with Regulation .04 of this chapter for:. i) Students or interns wh
10.36.01.08.htm 10.36.01.08. 08 License Renewal, Expiration, and Inactive Status.. A. Renewal.. 1) A license shall expire on March 31, unless it is renewed for an additional term as provided in this section.2) A license may not be renewed for a term longer than 2 years.. 3) At least 90 days before the license expires, the Board shall send a renewal notice to the licensee:a) By first class mail to the last known address of the licensee; or. b) If requested by the licensee, by electronic mea
10.36.01.09.htm 10.36.01.09. 09 Registration Renewal and Expiration.. A. Renewal.. 1) A registration shall expire on March 31 unless it is renewed for an additional term as provided in this section.2) A registration may not be renewed for a term longer than 2 years.. 3) At least 90 days before the registration expires, the Board shall send a renewal notice to the registrant:a) By first class mail to the last known address of the registrant; or.
10.36.01.10.htm 10.36.01.10. 10 Petitioning for Reinstatement Following Revocation.. The Board may not consider a petition for reinstatement of a license or registration to practice psychology that has been revoked until at least 5 years have passed from the date of revocation.
10.36.01.11.htm 10.36.01.11. 11 Board Meetings.. The Board shall meet a minimum of six times a year with additional meetings being scheduled as the business of the Board may require.
10.36.01.12.htm 10.36.01.12. 12 Annual Report of the Board.. A. The Chairman of the Board shall submit an annual report to the Board for approval before the Board's submission of the report to the Secretary of Health.B. The Board shall include in the report:. 1) A summary of the more important actions of the Board;. 2) Relevant statistical and fiscal data; and. 3) A summary of concerns or anticipated future changes in the course of action of the Board..
10.36.01.13.htm 10.36.01.13. 13 Petitions.. A. Any person may petition the Board in writing for an interpretation of:. 1) Health Occupations Article, Title 18, Annotated Code of Maryland; and. 2) COMAR 10.36.01―10.36.07.. B. A copy of the Board's interpretation or decision shall be mailed to the petitioner..
10.36.01.9999.htm 10.36.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 25, 1970. Regulation .05G adopted as an emergency provision effective December 23, 1976 (4:2 Md. R. 73) emergency status expired ―Regulations .01―17 repealed and new Regulations .01―15 adopted effective December 20, 1982 (9:25 Md. R. 2484)Regulation .02 repealed effective September 25, 1995 (22:19 Md. R. 1473). Regulation .05 amended as an emergency provision effective October 23, 1987 (14:23 Md. R. 2412) emergency status extended at
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