As used in chs.
1 to 5:
"Applicant" means any person who applies for a license from the
"Board" means the
psychology examining board.
Note: The board office is located at 1400 East
Washington Avenue, P.O. Box 8935, Madison, WI 53708, telephone (608)
(3) "Client" means
the individual, group, business, agency, school, organization, or association
for whom the licensee of the board provides professional services for which the
licensee is usually and customarily compensated. The term "client" includes the
term and concept of "patient."
"Department" means the department of safety and professional
proceeding" means a proceeding against one or more licensees in which the board
determines whether or not to revoke or suspend a license, to reprimand a
licensee, to limit a license, or refuse to renew a license.
(5m) "Dual relationship" means a situation in
which a psychologist provides professional services to a person with whom the
psychologist has another relationship such as, but not limited to, relatives,
close friends, employees or employers, students or other supervisees.
(5s) "EPPP" means the Examination for the
Professional Practice in Psychology which is the board approved examination on
the practice of psychology.
"Gross negligence in the practice of psychology" means the performance of
professional services that do not comply with an accepted standard of practice
that has a significant relationship to the protection of the health, safety, or
welfare of patient or public, and that are performed in a manner indicating
that the licensee knew or should have known, but acted with indifference to or
disregard of, the accepted standard of practice.
(6m) "Jurisprudence exam" means the board
approved examination on the elements of practice essential to the public
health, safety, or welfare.
"One contact hour" means at least 50 minutes that the psychologist spends
directly engaged in a continuing education activity approved by the
(8) "Private practice of
school psychology" means providing psycho-educational evaluation and
intervention for the prevention and treatment of educationally relevant
problems. Intervention includes service to the student or consultation with
persons who affect the student's education program.
(9) "Prohibited dual relationship" means a
dual relationship which may impair objectivity or effectiveness, or permit
exploitation, or create an actual, apparent or potential conflict of
treatment" includes hypnosis used for therapeutic purposes other than smoking
cessation or weight control.
Wis. Admin. Code Psychology Examining Board § Psy 1.02
Cr. Register, September,
1991, No. 429, eff. 10-1-91; am. (5), Register, June, 1999, No. 522 eff.
7-1-99; CR 02-124: am. (3) Register July 2003 No. 571, eff. 8-1-03; CR 03-079:
cr. (5m) and (9) Register May 2004 No. 581, eff. 6-1-04; CR 04-021: am. (3),
cr. (10) Register July 2004 No. 583, eff. 8-1-04; correction in (4) made under
(b) 6, Stats., Register February 2012 No.
Amended by, CR
15-102: cr. (5s), (6m)
August 2016 No. 728, eff.