Administrative Rules of Montana
Department 20 - CORRECTIONS
Chapter 20.7 - COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DIVISION
Subchapter 20.7.3 - Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment Provider Guidelines and Qualifications
Rule 20.7.304 - QUALIFICATIONS

Universal Citation: MT Admin Rules 20.7.304

Current through Register Vol. 6, March 25, 2022

(1) The individual must have received specialized documentable training in evaluation and treatment approaches from a nationally recognized program or provider specializing in working with sex offenders;

(2) Received formal education in the area of normal and abnormal sexual functioning;

(3) Received at least six hours of documentable annual continuing education in sex offender therapy or human sexuality;

(4) Spent the first year of their specialized clinical practice having at least monthly consultation and peer reviews of cases with a specialized sex offender clinician who practices in accordance with established national standards; and

(5) Possess one of the following combinations of degree and experience:

(a) Relevant bachelor's degree and 4,000 hours of specific sex offender treatment experience;

(b) Relevant master's degree, licensing and 2,000 hours of specific sex offender treatment experience;

(c) Relevant doctoral degree, licensing and 2,000 hours of specific sex offender treatment experience; or

(d) Medical degree and 2,000 hours of specific sex offender treatment experience; and

(e) Is a full or clinical member of at least one relevant national organization which has ethics of practice to which they adhere.

Mont. Admin. R. 20.7.304

NEW, 1995 MAR p. 284, Eff. 2/24/95.

53-1-203, MCA; IMP, 46-18-111, MCA;

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