Register January 2018 No. 745
Chapter MPSW 17
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY TEMPORARY LICENSE AND
RECIPROCAL LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Ch. MPSW 17 Note
Note: Chapter SFC 17 was created as an emergency rule effective April 26, 1993.
Ch. MPSW 17 Note
Chapter SFC 17 was renumbered ch. MPSW 17 under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 1., Stats., and corrections made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register October 2002 No. 562
MPSW 17.01 Temporary license.
The marriage and family therapist section may issue a temporary license permitting a person who has completed the educational and supervised practice requirements for eligibility for a license as a marriage and family therapist upon payment of the fee for the temporary license and application for the next available examination to use the title “marriage and family therapist" and to practice marriage and family therapy. The temporary license is valid for a period not to exceed 9 months from the date of its issuance, and it may be renewed once upon receipt of a written request and any required renewal fee. If a temporary license is returned to the department prior to its expiration along with a written request that it be placed on hold, the temporary license may later be reissued to the holder for the remainder of the 9 month period.
MPSW 17.02 Reciprocal license.
The marriage and family therapist section shall grant a license as a marriage and family therapist under s. 457.10
, Stats., to an applicant who pays the fee required by s. 440.05 (2)
, Stats., and provides evidence of all of the following to the section:
The applicant has a current credential as a marriage and family therapist or the substantial equivalent in good standing in another state or territory of the United States.
The requirements for the grant of the credential in the other state or territory of the United States are substantially equivalent to the requirements for the grant of a license under s. 457.10
The applicant has disclosed all discipline ever taken or currently pending against the applicant or any professional credential held by the applicant by any credentialing authority of any state or territory of the United States.
If the applicant has been convicted of a crime, or of a traffic offense which did or could result in the suspension or revocation of his or her driver's license, or the applicant has such charges pending against him or her, the applicant has disclosed all information necessary for the section to determine whether the circumstances of the pending charge or conviction are substantially related to the duties of practice under a marriage and family therapist license.
The applicant passes an examination approved by the marriage and family therapist section that tests knowledge of state law relating to marriage and family therapy.
MPSW 17.02 History
Cr. Register, November, 1994, No. 467
, eff. 12-1-94; CR 02-105
: am. (intro.) (2) and (4), cr. (5), Register October 2002 No. 562
, eff. 11-1-02.