§ 41.30. Qualifications and documentation necessary for licensure.
(a) To qualify for licensure, an applicant shall complete the educational requirements in § 41.31 (relating to educational qualifications), the experience requirements in § 41.32 (relating to experience qualifications) and the examination requirements in § 41.41 (relating to examinations).
(b) An applicant for licensure shall submit an application and fee to the Board plus:
(1) In a sealed envelope, signed by the primary supervisors on the envelope flap, verification of post doctoral experience form, quarterly evaluations/progress reports, which include objectives, prepared during the course of supervision, and a letter describing the supervisory interactions and the supervisors judgment of the applicants potential as a psychologist.
(2) An updated criminal history records information report unless submitted to the Board within 90 days of the application for licensure under § 41.11(a)(3) (relating to licenses).
(3) An updated Child Abuse History Clearance unless submitted to the Board within 90 days of the application for licensure under § 41.11(a)(3).
The provisions of this § 41.30 issued under sections 3.2(1), 6(a) and 8(a)(6) of the Professional Psychologists Practice Act (63 P. S. § § 1203.2(1), 1206(a)(2) and 1208(a)(6)).
The provisions of this § 41.30 adopted June 4, 2010, effective June 5, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 2947.
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