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49 Pa. Code § 41.92. Notice of active suspension or revocation.

§ 41.92. Notice of active suspension or revocation.

 A licensee who has voluntarily surrendered a license in lieu of discipline or whose license has been actively suspended or revoked by the Board shall return the suspended or revoked license to the Board and notify all current clients/patients and any individuals obtaining supervision for licensure from the licensee of the disciplinary action in writing within 30 days of receiving notice of the disciplinary action. The notice must contain the following:

   (1)  The sanction imposed.

   (2)  The effective date and length of the sanction.

   (3)  The nature of the violation.

   (4)  A statement that the licensee will assist patients in obtaining alternative professional resources and in transferring psychological records.


   The provisions of this §  41.92 issued under sections 3.2(2), 8(a)(6)—(8), 8.1, 11(c) and 17 of the Professional Psychologists Practice Act (63 P.S. § §  1203.2(2), 1208(a)(6)—(8), 1208.1, 1211(c) and 1217).


   The provisions of this §  41.92 adopted December 3, 2004, effective December 4, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 6416.

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