Compilation of Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Rule 510-7-.03 - Inactive Status

Universal Citation: GA Rules and Regs r 510-7-.03

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through June 21, 2023

(1) A person must have a current Georgia psychology license to practice psychology in Georgia or to use the title "psychologist" in Georgia.

(a) A licensee who holds a current license, and who will not use the title "psychologist" in Georgia and will not practice psychology in Georgia, may apply for Inactive Status by completing an Application for Inactive Status and submitting the appropriate fee (see Fee Schedule) to the Board. A licensee may not use his or her license in the State of Georgia while that license is on Inactive Status.

(b) A licensee who wishes to reactivate an inactive license who has an active license in another state and who has been actively practicing psychology there within the past two years must submit to the Board an Application to Reactivate, documentation of 40 hours of continuing education activities, in accordance with the requirements for continuing education hours specified in Board rule 510-8, that were completed within two calendar years of the date the application is received by the Board, and appropriate fee. See Fee Schedule.

(c) For the Board to approve reactivation of the license of a psychologist who has not had an active license in another state and who has not been actively practicing psychology the licensee must also pass both the Georgia Jurisprudence and Oral Examinations in addition to the requirements set forth in (b) above.

O.C.G.A. §§ 43-1-19; 43-1-22; 43-1-25; 43-39-5; 43-39-13; 43-39-15.

Original Rule entitled "Inactive Status" adopted. F. July 27, 1994; eff. August 16, 1994.

Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. Oct. 29, 2003; eff. Nov. 18, 2003.

Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. June 25, 2009; eff. July 15, 2009.

Amended: F. May 8, 2013; eff. May 28, 2013.

Amended: F. Mar. 28, 2018; eff. Apr. 17, 2018.

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