Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
licensee may request that the Board designate his or her license status as
inactive at any time before the annual date of renewal (October 15) by
submitting the Inactive Status Application Form and payment of an annual
inactive status fee (See Appendix I, Fee Schedule). Granting inactive status to
a licensee revokes all privileges associated with licensure under the law until
reactivation is requested by the licensee. Any individual whose license is on
inactive status shall not practice psychology or use the title "Licensed
Psychologist" or "Licensed Psychological Technician in the State of Alabama.
Any person violating this rule shall be considered practicing without a license
and shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Board. Inactive status does
not negate the jurisdiction of the Board over the actions of a licensee during
any period of active licensure.
A licensee who has been granted inactive status must submit a Continuation of
Inactive Status Form by the date of renewal (October 15) each year, or the
license shall lapse. Annual notices will be mailed to the licensee's address of
record on August 15 of each year with responses due by October 15.
A licensee may have his or her Inactive
license reinstated to Active status by satisfying the following criteria:
(a) Submission of the Reinstatement of Active
(b) Payment of the
current annual renewal and continuing education fees. (See Appendix I, Fee
(c) Submission of proof
of compliance with continuing education requirements for the previous
(4) If a licensee
is alleged to have violated any prohibition on professional conduct as
referenced in the law, the Board, upon a hearing and proof of the violation,
may deny reinstatement of the license or prohibit the psychologist or
psychological technician from applying for reinstatement of
Ala. Admin. Code r.
New Rule: Filed November
27, 2013; effective February 1, 2014 pursuant to Act No. 2013-386.
Administrative Monthly Volume XXXIV, Issue No. 10, July 29, 2016,
Author: Alabama Board of Examiners in
Code of Ala.
1975, §3§ 4-26 -l, et seq.,