All licenses expire on April 30, 2017.
Applications for temporary licensure as a Licensed Associate Psychologist are now available for individuals completing supervised postdoctoral experience. Arizona now offers a 36-month non-renewable temporary license for qualified individuals. Pursuant to A.R.S. §32-2073(B), applicants must meet the requirements of A.R.S. §32-2071, subsections A, B, C, D and work under supervision for postdoctoral experience. The applicant’s supervised postdoctoral experience must meet the requirements of A.R.S. §32-2071(G). A written training plan that complies with A.R.S. §32-2071(G)(7) is required as part of the application for temporary licensure. Substantive policy statement 01-14 provides additional information regarding the written training plan (Substantive Policy Statement SP 01-14)
(Statutes available at https://psychboard.az.gov/statutes-rules)
A Message about Governor Ducey’s Regulation Rollback Initiative . . .
“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in our state’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation for businesses and consumers alike.
We’ve made great progress in growing our economy and streamlining state government over the past two years. We still have a lot of work to do to make sure outdated regulations aren’t slowing us down.
No longer will regulations remain in place “just because they’re on the books and nobody’s bothered to change them.”
“Regulation Rollback” is offering a new online service to crowd source recommendations on how to update Arizona’s regulatory system.
At Redtape.AZ.gov, associations, organizations, and individuals across the state can recommend ways to improve or eliminate outdated regulations.
We need your help. You are the experts. Visit this portal for your opportunity to provide specific input to the Governor’s office on an outdated rule or regulation that stifles Arizona’s consumers and job creators.
Submit your suggestions here: www.Redtape.AZ.gov
We thank you for your help in highlighting ways to improve state government and to better serve Arizonans.