Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 337
Psychologists--Professional Counselors--Social Workers
Section 337.320

August 28, 2013


Renewal of licensure, procedure.

337.320. 1. The division shall mail a renewal notice to the last known address of each licensee or registrant prior to the renewal date.

2. Each person wishing to renew the behavior analyst license or the assistant behavior analyst license shall:

(1) Submit a complete application on a form approved by the committee;

(2) Pay all necessary fees as set by the committee; and

(3) Submit proof of active certification and fulfillment of all requirements for renewal and recertification with the certifying entity.

3. Failure to provide the division with documentation required by subsection 2 of this section or other information required for renewal shall effect a revocation of the license after a period of sixty days from the renewal date.

4. Each person wishing to restore the license, within two years of the renewal date, shall:

(1) Submit a complete application on a form approved by the committee;

(2) Pay the renewal fee and a delinquency fee as set by the committee; and

(3) Submit proof of current certification from a certifying body approved by the committee.

5. A new license to replace any certificate lost, destroyed, or mutilated may be issued subject to the rules of the committee, upon payment of a fee established by the committee.

6. The committee shall set the amount of the fees authorized by sections 337.300 to 337.345 and required by rules promulgated under section 536.021. The fees shall be set at a level to produce revenue which shall not substantially exceed the cost and expense of administering sections 337.300 to 337.345.

7. The committee is authorized to issue an inactive license to any licensee who makes written application for such license on a form provided by the committee and remits the fee for an inactive license established by the committee. An inactive license may be issued only to a person who has previously been issued a license to practice as a licensed behavior analyst or a licensed assistant behavior analyst who is no longer regularly engaged in such practice and who does not hold himself or herself out to the public as being professionally engaged in such practice in this state. Each inactive license shall be subject to all provisions of this chapter, except as otherwise specifically provided. Each inactive license may be renewed by the committee subject to all provisions of this section and all other provisions of this chapter. The inactive licensee shall not be required to submit evidence of completion of continuing education as required by this chapter.

8. An inactive licensee may apply for a license to regularly engage in the practice of behavioral analysis by:

(1) Submitting a complete application on a form approved by the committee;

(2) Paying the reactivation fee as set by the committee; and

(3) Submitting proof of current certification from a certifying body approved by the committee.

(L. 2010 H.B. 1311 & 1341)


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