NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY:
335.325(6) enables the board
to grant retired or inactive status to licensees under the conditions set forth
by administrative regulation. This administrative regulation establishes the
requirements for inactive licensure status.
Inactive licensure status may be granted to a licensee pursuant
request to the board.
The licensee shall
be relieved of his obligation to pay the renewal fee, but shall meet the annual
requirements for continuing education as established in
The licensee may return to active status
within three (3) years of being granted inactive licensure status upon:
(a) Written notification to the
Payment of the current
renewal fee as set forth in
201 KAR 32:030
Demonstration of compliance
with all continuing education requirements, as established in
, for each year during the period of inactive
(a) If the licensee does not reactivate his
license before the third anniversary date of the granting of inactive licensure
status, then the license shall be forfeited.
Following forfeiture of a license under
the provisions of this section, any person desiring to practice marriage and
family therapy in the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall:
1. File a new application for licensure with
2. Pay the initial fees
for application and licensure; and
3. Meet current requirements for initial
licensure, as established by statute and administrative regulation.