Click "Board Statutes" to see a comprehensive listing of Title 32 Chapter 19.1 - Psychologists. Clicking on the Article number will take you to the Arizona State Legislature's website.
Updated 07/04/2020. Fun facts: The first license issued for psychologists in Arizona was on 01/21/1966. The first license issued for behavior analysts in Arizona was on 11/12/2010.
This PDF document provides a compilation of telepractice statutes and rules. While staff would like to supply answers to questions, we cannot provide interpretations of statute or legal advice, state of emergency or not.
This PDF document provides a compilation of the Board's actions taken in response to the state of emergency due to COVID-19 which was declared March 11, 2020 by the Governor of Arizona. Please see the Board's COVID-19 ADVISORY page for further information. While staff would like to supply answers to questions, we cannot provide interpretations of statute or legal advice, state of emergency or not.
This Document outlines the misdemeanor charges that must be reported to the Board in writing within 10 working days after the charge has been filed, pursuant to A.R.S. 32-3208 (Criminal charges; mandatory reporting requirements; civil penalty).
All state and federal felony charges are reportable under A.R.S. § 32-3208.
Self-reports can be submitted by mail, fax, or email to [email protected]
PDF File. This may not be an exhaustive list, and does not include the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners governing statutes (Title 32, Chapter 19.1).
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-3226, licensees who do not have a business address may OPT OUT of the requirement to make their residential address public (A.R.S. § 32-3801). Licensees who opt out must provide a phone number or email address to the Board which can be disclosed to a patient or client who is seeking a copy of their medical records. If you fall into this category and wish to opt out, please email the Board office with a written request to opt out under A.R.S. § 32-3226.
Substantive Policy Statements
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-09
Substantial Financial Interest re: Supervision
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-10
Written Training Plan for Pre-Internship Supervised Experiences
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-11
Qualified Individuals and the Practice of Behavior Analysis
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-14
Written Training Plan for Postdoctoral Supervised Experiences
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-17
Calculation of Face-to-Face Patient-Client Contact for Supervised Preinternship Hours
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-18
Calculation of Face-to-Face Patient-Client Contact for Supervised Postdoctoral Experience
Substantive Policy Statement SP.01-20
Elements of Postdoctoral Written Training Plan
Substantive Policy Statement SP.02-09
Parties to Administrative Actions
Substantive Policy Statement SP.03-12
Guidelines for Complaint Resolution
Substantive Policy Statement SP.08-19
Residence Determination for Universal Recognition Applications for Psychologists and Behavior Analysts
A.R.S. Section 32-4302 - Universal Recognition Statute
(This link will take you to the Arizona State Legislature's website)