NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY:
335.348 empowers the board to punish a
licensee for violation of the statutes and administrative regulations governing
the practice of marriage and family therapy. This includes the ability to
revoke a license.
335.360 permits a person whose license has
been revoked to apply for reinstatement after five (5) years. This
administrative regulation establishes the requirements for reinstatement of a
license that has been the subject of disciplinary action by the board.
(1) "A license voluntarily surrendered as if
revoked" means the process by which a person who holds a license issued by the
board, knowingly and willingly, returns the license to the board, forfeiting
all rights and privileges associated with that license, in settlement of a
disciplinary action initiated by the board.
Reinstatement of a License Revoked
by Disciplinary Action of the Board.
license has been revoked, an individual may apply for reinstatement by:
(a) Completing the License Reinstatement
(d) Taking the licensure examination and
achieving a passing score; and
The applicant shall show evidence of completion of fifteen (15) hours of
continuing education for each year since the date of revocation in accordance
with the requirements established in
hearing shall be held to determine whether or not to reinstate the former
(b) The board shall
consider the information contained in the application and the testimony and
evidence obtained in the hearing.
(c) Based upon the information gathered the
board shall determine if reinstatement of the license would be a threat to
public safety, health and welfare.
(d) If the board finds that there no longer
exists a danger to the public, it may reinstate the license.
(e) If the board finds that the danger still
exists, it may refuse to reinstate the license.
Reinstatement of a License which
was Voluntarily Surrendered as if Revoked.
If a license has been voluntarily surrendered as if revoked, an individual may
apply for reinstatement by:
(a) Completing the
License Reinstatement form;
Paying the initial licensure fee as established in
201 KAR 32:030
(c) Paying a reinstatement fee of fifty (50)
(d) Notifying the board,
in writing, that the requirements of agreed order have been met or completed;
(e) Notifying the board, in
writing, to request that a hearing be held to determine if the issuance of a
license would no longer be a threat to public safety and welfare;
An individual whose license
has been voluntarily surrendered as if revoked shall be required to comply with
the annual continuing education requirements for the period during which the
license was voluntarily surrendered in accordance with the requirements
Incorporation by Reference.
(1) "License Reinstatement form," (2000
Edition), Kentucky Board of Licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists, is
incorporated by reference.
material may be inspected, copied, or obtained at the Kentucky Board of
Licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists, 911 Leawood Drive, Berry Hill
Annex, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30