DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS  
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE  
PSYCHOLOGY - GENERAL RULES  
(By authority conferred on the director of the department of licensing and regulatory  
affairs by sections 16145, 16148, 18201, 18223, and 18233 of the public health code,  
1978 PA 368, MCL 333.16145, 333.16148, 333.18201, 333.18223, and 333.18233, and  
Executive Reorganization Order Nos. 1991-9, 1996-2, 2003-1, and 2011-4, MCL  
338.3501, 445.2001, 445.2011, and 445.2030)  
R 338.2501 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2005 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2502 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2503 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2001 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2007 AACS.  
R 338.2504 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1992 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2505 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2003 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2505a Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2506 Rescinded.  
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History: 1979 AC; 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2005 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2013 AACS;  
2015 AACS.  
R 338.2507 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2005 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2507a Rescinded.  
History: 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2005 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2508 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2003 AACS.  
R 338.2509 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 2003 AACS.  
R 338.2510 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2005 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2510a Rescinded.  
History: 2005 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2511 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2009 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2511a Rescinded.  
History: 2001 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2512 Rescinded.  
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History: 1980 AACS; 1996 AACS.  
R 338.2513 Rescinded.  
History: 1982 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2514 Rescinded.  
History: 1982 AACS; 2003 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2515 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
R 338.2516 Rescinded.  
History: 2007 AACS; 2015 AACS.  
PART 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS  
R 338.2521 Definitions.  
Rule 21. (1) As used in these rules:  
(a) “Board” means the Michigan board of psychology created under section 18221 of  
the code, MCL 333.18221.  
(b) "Code" means the public health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.1101 to 333.25211.  
(c) “Department” means the department of licensing and regulatory affairs.  
(d) “Extreme hardship” means economic, geographic, health, or other individual  
circumstances that impose an extraordinary level of hardship.  
(e) "Organized health care setting" means a clinic, hospital, institution, organization,  
organized governmental entity, nonprofit organization, or private agency engaged in the  
delivery of health care services that provides an opportunity for professional interaction  
and collaboration with other disciplines, an opportunity to utilize a variety of theories,  
and an opportunity to work with a broad range of populations and techniques.  
(2) A term defined in the code has the same meaning when used in these rules.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2523 English language requirement.  
Rule 23. An applicant for a psychologist license or psychologist limited license whose  
educational program was taught in a language other than English shall satisfy the  
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requirements of the code and these rules and shall demonstrate a working knowledge of  
the English language. To demonstrate a working knowledge of the English language, the  
applicant shall establish that he or she has obtained a total score of not less than 80 on the  
test of English as a foreign language internet-based test (TOEFL-IBT) administered by  
the Educational Testing Service.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2525 Training standards for identifying victims of human trafficking;  
requirements.  
Rule 25. (1) Pursuant to section 16148 of the code, MCL 333.16148, an individual  
seeking licensure or licensed shall complete training in identifying victims of human  
trafficking that meets the following standards:  
(a) Training content must cover all of the following:  
(i) Understanding the types and venues of human trafficking in the United States.  
(ii) Identifying victims of human trafficking in health care settings.  
(iii) Identifying the warning signs of human trafficking in health care settings for  
adults and minors.  
(iv) Resources for reporting the suspected victims of human trafficking.  
(b) Acceptable providers or methods of training include any of the following:  
(i) Training offered by a nationally recognized or state-recognized, health-related  
organization.  
(ii) Training offered by, or in conjunction with, a state or federal agency.  
(iii) Training obtained in an educational program that has been approved by the  
board for initial licensure, or by a college or university.  
(iv) Reading an article related to the identification of victims of human trafficking  
that meets the requirements of subdivision (a) of this subrule and is published in a peer  
review journal, health care journal, or professional or scientific journal.  
(c) Acceptable modalities of training include any of the following:  
(i) Teleconference or webinar.  
(ii) Online presentation.  
(iii) Live presentation.  
(iv) Printed or electronic media.  
(2) The department may select and audit a sample of individuals and request  
documentation of proof of completion of training. If audited by the department, an  
individual shall provide an acceptable proof of completion of training, including either of  
the following:  
(a) Proof of completion certificate issued by the training provider that includes the  
date, provider name, name of training, and individual’s name.  
(b) A self-certification statement by an individual. The certification statement must  
include the individual’s name and either of the following:  
(i) For training completed pursuant to subrule (1)(b)(i) to (iii) of this rule, the date,  
training provider name, and name of training.  
(ii) For training completed pursuant to subrule (1)(b)(iv) of this rule, the title of  
article, author, publication name of peer review journal, health care journal, or  
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professional or scientific journal, and date, volume, and issue of publication, as  
applicable.  
(3) Pursuant to section 16148 of the code, MCL 333.16148, the requirements specified  
in subrule (1) of this rule apply for license renewals beginning with the 2017 renewal  
cycle after the promulgation of this rule and for initial licenses issued after March 30,  
2022.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2527 Rescinded.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2529 Accreditation; standards; adoption by reference.  
Rule 29. (1) A higher education institution is considered approved by the board if it is  
accredited by the accrediting body of the region in which the institution is located and the  
accrediting body satisfies either the recognition standards and criteria of the Council for  
Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the recognition procedures and criteria of the  
United States Department of Education.  
(2) The procedures and criteria for recognizing accrediting agencies of the United  
States Department of Education, effective July 1, 2010, as contained in 34 CFR part 602  
and the policies and procedures for recognition of accrediting organizations of CHEA,  
effective June 28, 2010, are adopted by reference in these rules. The CHEA recognition  
standards may be obtained at no cost from the council's website at http://www.chea.org.  
The federal recognition criteria may also be obtained at no cost from the website for the  
United States Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education at  
(3) The board has determined that a provincially or territorially chartered Canadian  
university that is acceptable to the Canadian Psychological Association for the purpose of  
accrediting a doctoral educational program is substantially equivalent to an accredited  
educational institution that satisfies the standards adopted in subrule (2) of this rule. Any  
provincially or territorially chartered Canadian university that satisfies these requirements  
satisfies the qualifications for an approved educational program.  
(4) Copies of the standards and criteria adopted by reference in subrules (1) and (2) of  
this rule are available for inspection and distribution at cost from the Board of  
Psychology, Bureau of Professional Licensing, Department of Licensing and Regulatory  
Affairs, 611 West Ottawa Street, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
PART 2. PSYCHOLOGISTS  
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R 338.2541 Program accreditation standards; psychologists; adoption of standards  
by reference; approved programs.  
Rule 41. (1) The following criteria and standards for doctoral level psychology  
programs are adopted by reference in these rules:  
(a) The designation criteria of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists  
and the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) set forth in the  
publication entitled "Guidelines for Defining a Doctoral Degree in Psychology," which is  
available at no cost from the national register's website at www.nationalregister.org, or  
from the association's website at www.asppb.org.  
(b) The accreditation guidelines and principles of the American Psychological  
Association (APA) as set forth in the publication entitled “Standards of Accreditation for  
Health Service Psychology,” February, 2015, which is available at no cost from the  
(c) The accreditation standards of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) as  
set forth in the publication entitled "Accreditation Standards and Procedures for Doctoral  
Programmes and Internships in Professional Psychology", Fifth revision, 2011, which is  
available  
at  
no  
cost  
from  
the  
association's  
website  
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(d) The accreditation standards of the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation  
System (PCSAS) as set forth in the publication entitled “Psychological Clinical Science  
Accreditation System Purpose, Organization, Policies, and Procedures,” November,  
2017, which is available at no cost from the association’s website at  
(2) A doctoral program in psychology, or a closely related field, that has obtained the  
National Register’s and ASPPB’s designation or that is accredited by either the APA, the  
CPA, or the PCSAS is approved by the board.  
(3) Copies of the standards and criteria adopted by reference in subrule (1) of this rule  
are available for inspection and distribution at cost from the Board of Psychology, Bureau  
of Professional Licensing, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, 611 West  
Ottawa Street, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909.  
(4) Under section 18223(1)(a) of the code, MCL 333.18223(1)(a), a doctoral program  
that is in the process of obtaining the National Register’s and ASPPB’s designation or  
becoming accredited by either the APA, the CPA, or the PCSAS before August 1, 2011,  
and obtains the designation or accreditation on or before August 31, 2020, is approved by  
the board.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2543 Application for licensure; psychologist; requirements.  
Rule 43. Except as provided in R 338.2549, an applicant for a psychologist license  
under section 18223(1) of the code, MCL 333.18223(1), shall submit the required fee and  
a completed application on a form provided by the department. In addition to satisfying  
the requirements of the code, an applicant shall satisfy all of the following requirements:  
(a) Education: The applicant shall possess either a doctoral degree in psychology or a  
doctoral degree in a closely related field. Either degree must satisfy both of the following  
requirements:  
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(i) The degree must be from a regionally accredited college, university, or institution  
that satisfies the standards in R 338.2529(2).  
(ii) The degree must be from a designated or accredited educational program that  
satisfies the standards in R 338.2541(1)(a), (b), (c), or (d).  
(b) Training: The applicant shall have successfully completed an internship that was  
an integrated part of a doctoral degree that satisfies the requirements in subdivision (a)(i)  
and (a)(ii) of this rule, or an equivalent postdoctoral internship as determined by the  
board. A request to the board for approval of a postdoctoral internship must include, at a  
minimum, the following information:  
(i) An explanation of the reason the internship was not an integrated part of a  
doctoral degree.  
(ii) How the postdoctoral internship follows standards similar to those required by  
the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).  
(c) Experience: The applicant shall have acquired 1 year of postdoctoral degree  
experience in the practice of psychology that satisfies the requirements of R 338.2553(3).  
(d) Licensure examination: The applicant shall have passed the licensure examination  
for psychologists approved by the board under R 338.2545(1).  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2545 Examination; psychologist; passing scores.  
Rule 45. (1) An applicant for a psychologist license shall pass the examination for  
professional practice in psychology that was developed by ASPPB. The passing score for  
the examination is the score recommended by the ASPPB for psychologists in  
independent practice.  
(2) A limited licensed psychologist who took the examination required in subrule (1) of  
this rule and achieved a passing score at or above the score required for licensure as a  
psychologist satisfies the examination requirement in R 338.2543(d).  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2547 Psychologist examination; eligibility.  
Rule 47. Except as provided in R 338.2549, to establish eligibility for the psychologist  
licensure examination, an applicant shall satisfy both of the following requirements:  
(a) Submit the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Have documentation provided directly to the department from an accredited  
educational institution verifying the applicant satisfies the educational requirements in R  
338.2543(a).  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2549  
Foreign graduate of non-accredited postsecondary institution;  
psychologist examination; eligibility.  
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Rule 49. To establish eligibility for the psychologist licensure examination, an applicant  
who graduated from a foreign, non-accredited postsecondary institution shall satisfy all of  
the following requirements:  
(a) Submit the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Possess either a doctoral degree in psychology or a doctoral degree in a closely  
related field from an educational program that is substantially equivalent to an accredited  
educational program that satisfies the standards in R 338.2541(1)(a), (b), (c), or (d). In  
addition, the degree must be from an educational institution that is substantially  
equivalent to an accredited educational institution that satisfies the standards in R  
338.2529(2). Evidence of satisfying these requirements must include an evaluation of the  
applicant's non-accredited education by a credential evaluation agency that is a member  
of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).  
(c) Demonstrate a working knowledge of the English language if the applicant's  
educational program was taught in a language other than English. To demonstrate a  
working knowledge of the English language, the applicant shall establish that he or she  
satisfies the requirements in R 338.2523.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2551 Licensure by endorsement.  
Rule 51. (1) An applicant for a psychologist license by endorsement shall submit the  
required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the department. An  
applicant who satisfies the requirements of the code and this rule is presumed to satisfy  
the requirements of section 16186 of the code, MCL 333.16186.  
(2) An applicant for a psychologist license by endorsement shall satisfy both of the  
following requirements:  
(a) Have been first licensed in another state to engage in the independent practice of  
psychology for a minimum of 10 years before the date of filing the application for a  
Michigan license.  
(b) Hold a current license in the independent practice of psychology issued by the  
licensing agency of any state.  
(3) An applicant’s license must be verified by the licensing agency of any state in  
which the applicant holds a current license or ever held a license as a psychologist.  
Verification includes, but is not limited to, showing proof that the applicant’s license is in  
good standing and, if applicable, any disciplinary action taken or pending against the  
applicant.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2553 Application for educational limited license; postdoctoral experience;  
requirements; supervision.  
Rule 53. (1) An individual shall obtain an educational limited license before engaging  
in the postdoctoral experience required under section 18223(1)(b) of the code, MCL  
333.18223(1)(b), and R 338.2543(c).  
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(2) An applicant for an educational limited license, in addition to satisfying the  
requirements of the code, shall satisfy both of the following requirements:  
(a) Submit the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Have documentation provided directly to the department from an educational  
program verifying the applicant satisfies the educational requirements in R 338.2543(a).  
(3) The postdoctoral experience must satisfy all of the following requirements:  
(a) The experience must consist of not less than 2,000 clock hours completed under  
the supervision of a licensed psychologist during a period of not more than 2 consecutive  
years.  
(b) The supervisee shall meet individually and in person with his or her supervisor  
weekly for a minimum of 4 hours a month, during which all active work functions and  
records of the supervisee are reviewed.  
(c) The supervisee shall function as a psychologist using generally accepted  
applications of psychological knowledge and techniques acquired during the supervisee’s  
education and training.  
(d) The experience must be acquired in an organized health care setting, as defined in  
R 338.2521(1)(e).  
(e) In cases of extreme hardship, a supervisee may request an alternative to the  
supervision arrangement specified in this subrule.  
The alternative supervision  
arrangement must not be implemented before the board has approved it. In deciding  
whether to approve the proposed alternative supervision arrangement, the board shall  
consider the nature of the extreme hardship and the reasonableness of the proposed  
alternative supervision arrangement. A request to the board for approval of an alternative  
to the supervision arrangement must include, at a minimum, the following information:  
(i) The amount of clock hours currently completed.  
(ii) The amount of clock hours left to complete.  
(iii) Whether a previous hardship request was made and, if so, the decision on such  
request.  
(iv) The cause for the hardship.  
(v) Measures taken to remedy the hardship.  
(vi) Whether the hardship still exists.  
(vii) The names and addresses of all fully licensed psychologists the licensee  
contacted or attempted to contact, including number of times, or attempts, or both.  
(viii) The responses received from the fully licensed psychologists contacted.  
(ix) The qualifications and experience of the proposed alternative supervisor.  
(4) An educational limited license must be issued for 1 year and must not be renewed  
more than 5 times.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2555 Relicensure; psychologist; educational limited license; requirements.  
Rule 55. (1) An applicant whose psychologist license has lapsed for less than 3 years  
preceding the date of application for relicensure may be relicensed under section  
16201(3) of the code, MCL 333.16201(3), if the applicant satisfies all of the following  
requirements:  
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(a) Submits the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Establishes that he or she is of good moral character as defined under 1974 PA  
381, MCL 338.41 to 338.47.  
(c) Submits proof to the department of accumulating not less than 30 hours of  
continuing education that satisfies the requirements of R 338.2581 and R 338.2583  
during the 2 years immediately preceding relicensure.  
(2) An applicant whose psychologist license has lapsed for 3 years or more preceding  
the date of application for relicensure may be relicensed under section 16201(4) of the  
code, MCL 333.16201(4), if the applicant satisfies all of the following requirements:  
(a) Submits the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Establishes that he or she is of good moral character as defined under section (1) to  
(7) of 1974 PA 381, MCL 338.41 to 338.47.  
(c) Submits fingerprints as required under section 16174(3) of the code, MCL  
333.16174(3).  
(d) Meets either of the following requirements:  
(i) Passes an examination required under R 338.2545(1).  
(ii) Presents evidence to the department that he or she was licensed as a psychologist  
at the doctoral level in another state at any time during the 3-year period immediately  
preceding the application for relicensure.  
(3) An applicant whose educational limited license has lapsed may be relicensed under  
section 16201(3) or (4) of the code, MCL 333.16201(3) or (4), if the applicant satisfies  
subrule (1)(a) and (b) of this rule.  
(4) An applicant shall have his or her license verified by the licensing agency of any  
state in which the applicant holds or has ever held a license, as a psychologist. If  
applicable, verification shall include the record of any disciplinary action taken or  
pending against the applicant.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
PART 3. LIMITED LICENSED PSYCHOLOGISTS  
R 338.2561 Application for licensure; limited licensed psychologist; requirements.  
Rule 61. (1) Except as provided in R 338.2567, an applicant for a limited license under  
section 18223(2) of the code, MCL 333.18223(2), shall submit the required fee and a  
completed application on a form provided by the department. In addition to satisfying  
the requirements of the code, the applicant shall satisfy all of the following requirements:  
(a) Education: The applicant for a limited license shall have earned a master's degree  
in psychology from an accredited educational institution that satisfies the standards in R  
338.2529(2). The degree required under this subdivision must satisfy all of the following  
requirements:  
(i) The degree must be an integrated, organized sequence of study that includes at  
least 1 course in assessment, 1 course in treatment, and 1 course in scientific and  
professional ethics and standards. Effective June 30, 2009, the 1 course in scientific and  
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professional ethics and standards must be at least 3 semester hours or 15 hours of  
classroom instruction per semester hour. If an applicant graduated prior to June 30, 2009,  
and his or her master's degree included a graduate course in scientific and professional  
ethics of at least 1 credit hour, the applicant has complied with this paragraph.  
(ii) Seventy-five percent of the hours of the required course work must be primarily  
psychological in content. The thesis and practicum are excluded from what is considered  
course work. The board may require the applicant to provide such material as it deems  
necessary to demonstrate the psychological content of a course. To be deemed  
psychological in content, a course must satisfy at least 1 of the following requirements:  
(A) Course work: The subject of the material taught is psychological.  
(B) Psychology department: The course is taught in a psychology department.  
(b) Training: The applicant shall have completed a practicum that satisfies all of the  
following requirements:  
(i) The practicum must be an integrated part of the master's degree program in any  
setting approved by the degree granting program. A post-degree practicum may be  
approved by the board if the practicum is through an accredited institution that satisfies  
the standards adopted in R 338.2529(2) and was completed for academic graduate credit.  
A request to the board for approval of a post-degree practicum must include, at a  
minimum, the following information:  
(A) The name and address of the accredited institution offering the proposed  
practicum.  
(B) Why a practicum is being pursued post-degree instead of as an integrated part  
of the master’s degree program.  
(C) The responsibilities the practicum will require.  
(D) When the practicum will take place and the hourly time commitment.  
(E) How the practicum will be supervised and by whom.  
(F) The demographic makeup of the geographic area where the practicum will take  
place.  
(G) Whether others have utilized the practicum provider.  
(ii) The practicum must require not less than 500 clock hours of psychological work.  
(iii) The applicant shall be supervised by a psychologist who is licensed in this state,  
eligible for licensure in this state, or licensed or certified at the independent practice level  
in the state where the practicum takes place.  
(iv) The applicant must meet in person with his or her supervisor for a minimum of 2  
hours a week during the practicum.  
(c) Experience: The applicant shall have acquired 1 year of post-master’s degree  
experience in the practice of psychology that satisfies the requirements of R 338.2569(4).  
(d) Examination: The applicant shall have passed the examination approved by the  
board under R 338.2563.  
(2) An applicant satisfies the requirements of subrule (1) of this rule if he or she was  
certified as a psychological examiner or eligible for certification as a psychological  
examiner under former 1959 PA 257 on or before September 30, 1978.  
(3) An applicant who satisfies the requirements of R 338.2567 satisfies the  
requirements of subrule (1)(a) and (b) of this rule.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
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R 338.2563 Examination; limited licensed psychologist; approval and adoption;  
passing scores.  
Rule 63. The board approves and adopts for applicants for a limited license under  
section 18223(2) of the code, MCL 333.18223(2), the examination for professional  
practice in psychology that was developed by the Association of State and Provincial  
Psychology Boards (ASPPB). The board adopts the passing score on the examination  
recommended by the ASPPB for supervised practice.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2565 Limited licensed psychologist examination; eligibility.  
Rule 65. Except as provided in R 338.2567, to establish eligibility for the examination  
required under R 338.2563, an applicant for a limited license under section 18223(2) of  
the code, MCL 333.18223(2), shall submit the required fee and a completed application  
on a form provided by the department. In addition, the applicant shall satisfy either of the  
following requirements:  
(a) Have documentation provided directly to the department from an educational  
institution verifying the applicant satisfies the education and training requirements for a  
limited license specified in R 338.2561(1)(a) and (b).  
(b) Submit acceptable documentation to the department that verifies the applicant  
satisfies the requirements of R 338.2561(2).  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2567 Foreign graduate of non-accredited postsecondary institution; limited  
licensed psychologist examination; eligibility.  
Rule 67. To establish eligibility for the examination required under R 338.2563, an  
applicant who graduated from a foreign, non-accredited postsecondary institution shall  
satisfy both of the following requirements:  
(a) Have documentation provided directly to the department from an educational  
institution verifying the applicant’s possession of a master’s degree that is substantially  
equivalent to the requirements in R 338.2561(1)(a) and (b). In addition, the applicant’s  
master’s degree shall be from an educational institution that is substantially equivalent to  
an accredited educational institution that satisfies the standards in R 338.2529(2).  
Evidence of satisfying these requirements shall include an evaluation of the applicant's  
non-accredited education by a credential evaluation agency that is a member of the  
National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).  
(b) Demonstrate a working knowledge of the English language if the applicant's  
educational program was taught in a language other than English. To demonstrate a  
working knowledge of the English language, the applicant shall establish that he or she  
satisfies the requirements of R 338.2523.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
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R 338.2569 Application for temporary limited license for post-master's degree  
experience; requirements; supervision  
Rule 69. (1) The board shall grant a temporary limited license to either of the following  
applicants:  
(a) An individual described in section 18223(2) of the code, MCL 333.18223(2), for  
the purpose of obtaining the 1 year of postgraduate experience described in that section  
and R 338.2561(1)(c).  
(b) An individual who is enrolled in a doctoral degree program that satisfies the  
requirements of section 18223(1) of the code, MCL 333.18223(1), which includes both of  
the following requirements:  
(i) The program is offered in a regionally accredited college, university, or institution  
that satisfies the standards in R 338.2529(2).  
(ii) The program is a designated or accredited educational program that satisfies the  
standards in R 338.2541(1)(a), (b), (c), or (d).  
(2) An applicant for a temporary limited license, in addition to satisfying the  
requirements of the code, shall satisfy both of the following requirements:  
(a) Submit the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Have documentation provided directly to the department from an educational  
institution verifying the applicant satisfies the following requirements, as applicable:  
(i) If applying under subrule (1)(a) of this rule, verification that the applicant’s  
educational program satisfies the requirements in R 338.2561(1)(a) and (b) or R  
338.2567.  
(ii) If applying under subrule (1)(b) of this rule, verification that the applicant’s  
educational program satisfies the requirements in R 338.2529(2) and R 338.2541(1)(a),  
(b), (c), or (d).  
(3) An applicant who is granted a temporary limited license to complete the post-  
master’s degree experience may take the examination approved by the board under R  
338.2563.  
(4) The post-master’s degree experience must satisfy all of the following requirements:  
(a) The experience must consist of not less than 2,000 clock hours completed under  
the supervision of a licensed psychologist.  
(b) The supervisee shall meet individually and in person with his or her supervisor  
weekly for a minimum of 4 hours a month, during which all active work functions and  
records of the supervisee are reviewed.  
(c) The supervisee shall function as a psychologist using generally accepted  
applications of psychological knowledge and techniques acquired during the supervisee’s  
education and training.  
(d) The experience must be acquired in an organized health care setting, as defined in  
R 338.2521(1)(e).  
(e) In cases of extreme hardship, a supervisee may request an alternative to the  
supervision arrangement specified in this subrule.  
The alternative supervision  
arrangement must not be implemented before the board has approved it. In deciding  
whether to approve the proposed alternative supervision arrangement, the board shall  
consider the nature of the extreme hardship and the reasonableness of the proposed  
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alternative supervision agreement. A request to the board for approval of an alternative  
to the supervision arrangement must include, at a minimum, the following information:  
(i) The amount of clock hours currently completed.  
(ii) The amount of clock hours left to complete.  
(iii) Whether a hardship request was made and, if so, the decision on the previous  
request.  
(iv) The cause for the hardship.  
(v) Measures taken to remedy the hardship.  
(vi) Whether the hardship still exists.  
(vii) The names and addresses of all fully licensed psychologists the licensee  
contacted or attempted to contact, including number of times, or attempts, or both.  
(viii) The responses received from the fully licensed psychologists contacted.  
(ix) The qualifications and experience of the proposed alternative supervisor.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2571 Supervision requirements; reporting of supervision.  
Rule 71. An individual who is granted a limited license under section 18223(2) of the  
code, MCL 333.18223(2), and is required to be supervised by a licensed psychologist  
shall satisfy all of the following requirements:  
(a) A licensee who has less than 10 years of experience as a limited licensed  
psychologist, excluding experience as a temporary limited licensed psychologist, shall  
meet individually and in person with his or her supervisor for a minimum of 2 hours a  
month.  
(b) A licensee who has 10 or more years of experience as a limited licensed  
psychologist, excluding experience as a temporary limited licensed psychologist, shall  
meet individually and in person with his or her supervisor for a minimum of 1 hour a  
month.  
(c) A licensee who seeks a variance from the supervision requirement described in  
subrule (a) or subrule (b) of this rule, as provided under section 18223(2) of the code,  
MCL 333.18223(2), shall submit a request for a variance to the board for consideration.  
Reasons for a possible variance include, but are not limited to: issues regarding physical  
disability, extended absence from practice, or geographical hardships. A variance must  
not be implemented without the written permission of the board. A request to the board  
for approval of an alternative to the supervision arrangement must include, at a minimum,  
the following information:  
(i) The details of the variance, and the reason the variance is being requested.  
(ii) The underlying cause of the need for a variance.  
(iii) Whether a previous variance request was made and, if so, the previous decision.  
(iv) The demographic makeup of the surrounding geographic area.  
(v) The number of fully licensed psychologists within a 50-mile radius from home  
and work.  
(vi) The names and addresses of all fully licensed psychologists the licensee  
contacted or attempted to contact, including number of times, or attempts, or both.  
(vii) The responses received from the fully licensed psychologists contacted.  
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History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2573 Relicensure; limited licensed psychologist; requirements  
Rule 73. (1) An applicant whose limited license has lapsed for less than 3 years  
preceding the date of application for relicensure may be relicensed under section  
16201(3) of the code, MCL 333.16201(3), if the applicant satisfies all of the following  
requirements:  
(a) Submits the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Establishes that he or she is of good moral character as defined under 1974 PA  
381, MCL 338.41 to MCL 338.47.  
(c) Submits proof to the department of accumulating not less than 30 hours of  
continuing education that satisfies the requirements of R 338.2581 and R 338.2583  
during the 2 years immediately preceding relicensure.  
(2) An applicant whose limited license has lapsed for 3 years or more preceding the  
date of application for relicensure may be relicensed under section 16201(4) of the code,  
MCL 333.16201(4), if the applicant satisfies all of the following requirements:  
(a) Submits the required fee and a completed application on a form provided by the  
department.  
(b) Establishes that he or she is of good moral character as defined under 1974 PA  
381, MCL 338.41 to 338.47.  
(c) Submits fingerprints as required under section 16174(3) of the code, MCL  
333.16174(3).  
(d) Meets either of the following requirements:  
(i) Passes the examination approved by the board under R 338.2563.  
(ii) Presents evidence to the department that he or she was licensed as a psychologist  
in another state at any time during the 3-year period immediately preceding the  
application for relicensure.  
(3) An applicant shall have his or her license verified by the licensing agency of any  
state in which the applicant holds or ever held a license as a psychologist. If applicable,  
verification shall include the record of any disciplinary action taken or pending against  
the applicant.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
PART 4. CONTINUING EDUCATION  
R 338.2581  
License renewals; psychologist; limited licensed psychologist;  
requirements; applicability.  
Rule 81. (1) This part applies to applications for renewal of a psychologist license and  
a psychologist limited license under sections 16201 and 18233(1) of the code, MCL  
333.16201 and MCL 333.18233(1), that are filed for the renewal cycle beginning 1 year  
or more after September 15, 2015.  
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(2) An applicant for license renewal who has been licensed for the 2-year period  
immediately preceding the application date for renewal shall accumulate not less than 30  
hours of continuing education in activities approved by the board under these rules during  
the 2 years immediately preceding the application for renewal.  
(3) Submission of an application for renewal constitutes the applicant’s certification of  
compliance with the requirements of this rule. The licensee shall retain documentation of  
satisfying the requirements of this rule for a period of 4 years from the date of applying  
for license renewal. Failure to satisfy this rule is a violation of section 16221(h) of the  
code, MCL 333.16221(h).  
(4) The requirements of this rule do not apply to a licensee during his or her initial  
licensure cycle.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2583 Acceptable continuing education; requirements; limitations.  
Rule 83. (1) The 30 hours of continuing education required under R 338.2581(2) for  
the renewal of a psychologist license and a psychologist limited license must satisfy the  
following requirements, as applicable:  
(a) No more than 12 hours of continuing education must be earned during one 24-hour  
period.  
(b) There is no limitation to the number of continuing education credit hours that may  
be earned online.  
(c) Credit for a continuing education program or activity that is identical or  
substantially identical to a program or activity for which the licensee has already earned  
credit during that renewal period must not be granted.  
(d) Under section 18233(2) of the code, MCL 333.18233(2), at least 2 hours of  
continuing education must be earned in the area of pain and symptom management.  
Continuing education hours in pain and symptom management may include, but are not  
limited to, courses in behavior management, psychology of pain, pharmacology, behavior  
modification, stress management, clinical applications, and drug interventions as they  
relate to professional practice.  
(e) At least 3 hours of continuing education must be earned in the area of ethics.  
(2) The board shall consider any of the following activities as acceptable continuing  
education:  
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ACCEPTABLE CONTINUING EDUCATION ACTIVITIES  
Activity and Proof Required Number of continuing  
Activity  
Code  
education hours  
granted/permitted for activity  
a
Attendance at or participation in a continuing The number of continuing  
education program or activity related to the  
practice of psychology, or any non-clinical  
subject relevant to psychological practice,  
education, administration, management, or  
science, which includes, but is not limited to:  
live, in person programs; interactive or  
education hours for a specific  
program or activity shall be  
the number of hours approved  
by the sponsor or the  
approving organization for  
the specific program or  
monitored teleconference, audio-conference,  
activity. A maximum of 30  
or web-based programs; online programs; and hours of continuing education  
journal articles or other self-study programs  
approved or offered by any of the following  
organizations:  
may be earned for this  
activity in each renewal  
period.  
A statewide bar association.  
A statewide psychological association  
affiliated with the American  
Psychological Association.  
The American Association of Group  
Psychotherapy.  
The American Association of Marriage  
and Family Therapists.  
The American Association of Pastoral  
Counselors.  
The American Association of  
Psychotherapy.  
The American Association of Sex  
Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.  
The American Bar Association.  
The American Board of Professional  
Neuropsychology.  
The American Board of Professional  
Psychologists.  
The American Counseling  
Association.  
The American Medical Association.  
The American Mental Health  
Counselor Association.  
The American Nurses Association.  
The American Psychiatric Association.  
The American Psychological  
Association.  
The American Psychotherapy  
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Association.  
The American Society of Addiction  
Medicine.  
Another state or provincial board of  
psychology.  
The Association for Psychological  
science.  
The Association of State and  
Provincial Psychology Boards.  
The Canadian Psychological  
Association.  
The Michigan Certification Board for  
Addiction Professionals.  
The Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute.  
The Michigan Psychological  
Association.  
The Michigan Society for  
Psychoanalytic Psychology.  
The National Association of School  
Psychologists.  
The National Association of Social  
Workers.  
The National Board of Certified  
Counselors.  
The National Register of Health  
Service Providers in Psychology.  
Nationally or regionally accredited  
academic institutions.  
Nationally or regionally accredited  
hospitals or mental health treatment  
centers.  
State, provincial, and territorial  
psychological associations.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a program  
description, a copy of a letter or certificate of  
completion showing the licensee’s name,  
number of continuing education hours earned,  
sponsor name or the name of the organization  
that approved the program or activity for  
continuing education credit, and the date on  
which the program was held or activity  
completed.  
b
Passing a postgraduate academic course  
related to the practice of psychology offered  
Five hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
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in a regionally accredited educational  
program.  
each academic credit hour  
passed. A maximum of 20  
hours of continuing education  
If audited, the licensee shall submit an official may be earned for this  
transcript documenting successful completion activity in each renewal  
of the course.  
period.  
c
Initial presentation of a continuing education  
Two hours of continuing  
program related to the practice of psychology education shall be granted for  
provided to a state, regional, national, or  
international psychological organization.  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
presentation. No additional  
credit shall be granted for  
To receive credit, the presentation must not be preparation of a presentation.  
a part of the licensee’s regular job description A maximum of 20 hours of  
and must be approved or offered for  
continuing education credit by any of the  
organizations listed under activity code a of  
this subrule.  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a program  
description, a copy of the presentation notice  
or advertisement showing the date of the  
presentation, the licensee’s name listed as a  
presenter, and the name of the organization  
that approved or offered the presentation for  
continuing education credit.  
d
Initial presentation of a scientific exhibit,  
poster, scientific paper, or clinical  
demonstration to a psychological  
Two hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
presentation. No additional  
credit shall be granted for  
organization.  
To receive credit, the presentation shall not be preparation of the  
part of the licensee’s regular job description or presentation. A maximum of  
performed in the normal course of the  
licensee’s employment.  
20 hours of continuing  
education may be earned for  
this activity in each renewal  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a copy of period.  
the document presented with evidence of  
presentation or a letter from the program  
sponsor verifying the length and date of the  
presentation.  
e
Initial publication of an article related to the  
practice of psychology in a peer-reviewed  
journal.  
Five hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
serving as the primary author.  
Two hours of continuing  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a copy of education shall be granted for  
the publication that identifies the licensee as  
serving as the secondary  
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the author or a publication acceptance letter.  
Initial publication of an article related to the  
author. A maximum of 20  
hours of continuing education  
may be earned for this  
activity in each renewal  
period.  
f
One hour of continuing  
practice of psychology in a non-peer reviewed education shall be granted for  
journal, newsletter, or magazine.  
each article. A maximum of  
3 hours of continuing  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a copy of education may be earned for  
the publication that identifies the licensee as  
the author or a publication acceptance letter.  
Initial publication of a chapter related to the  
practice of psychology in either of the  
following textbooks:  
this activity in each renewal  
period.  
g
Five hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
serving as the primary author.  
Two hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
serving as the secondary  
author. A maximum of 20  
hours of continuing education  
may be earned for this  
A professional or health care textbook.  
A peer-reviewed textbook.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a copy of  
the publication that identifies the licensee as  
the author or a publication acceptance letter.  
activity in each renewal  
period.  
h
Initial publication of a book related to the  
practice of psychology.  
A maximum of 20 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period for all  
non-self-published books. A  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period for all  
self-published books.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit proof of  
publication that identifies the licensee as the  
author or a publication acceptance letter.  
i
Identifying, researching, and resolving an  
event or issue related to clinical or  
professional practice.  
One hour of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes spent  
identifying, researching, and  
resolving the issue or event.  
A maximum of 5 hours of  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a  
summary of activities, including hours spent,  
references if relevant, as well as a description continuing education may be  
of event or issue involved in identifying,  
researching, and resolving the event or issue.  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
j
Participating on a state or national committee, Ten hours of continuing  
board, council, or association related to the  
field of psychology. A committee, board,  
council, or association is considered  
education shall be granted for  
each committee, board,  
council, or association. A  
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acceptable by the board if it enhances the  
maximum of 20 hours of  
participant’s knowledge and understanding of continuing education may be  
the field of psychology.  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit  
documentation verifying the licensee’s  
participation in at least 50% of the regularly  
scheduled meetings of the committee, board,  
council, or association.  
k
Participating as a student in a postdoctoral  
clinical training program related to the  
practice of psychology provided through an  
accredited educational program for  
psychologists that satisfies the standards  
adopted by the board under R 338.2529(2).  
Ten hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
participating in the program.  
A maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from the program director verifying the  
licensee participated in the program.  
Participating as a surveyor in the  
l
Ten hours of continuing  
accreditation, certification, or inspection of an education shall be granted for  
educational, clinical or service delivery  
program for psychologists with any of the  
following organizations:  
participating as a surveyor. A  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
The Commission on Accreditation  
(COA).  
The Joint Commission.  
The Commission on Accreditation of  
Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)  
International.  
The American Psychological  
Association.  
The Psychological Clinical Science  
Accreditation System (PCSAS).  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from the accreditation, certification or  
inspection program verifying the licensee’s  
participation and the location of the  
inspections or examinations.  
m
Participating on any of the following  
committees:  
Ten hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
participating on a committee.  
A maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
A peer review committee dealing with  
quality patient care as it relates to the  
practice of psychology.  
A committee dealing with utilization  
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review as it relates to the practice of  
psychology.  
each renewal period.  
A health care organization committee  
dealing with patient care issues related  
to the practice of psychology.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from an organization official verifying the  
licensee’s participation in at least 50% of the  
regularly scheduled meetings of the  
committee.  
n
Serving as an instructor for the first time for  
any of the following programs:  
Two hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minute lecture  
per subject. Additional credit  
for preparation of the lecture  
shall not be granted. A  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
Students, staff, or other licensees at a  
postdoctoral clinical training program  
related to the practice of psychology  
provided at an accredited educational  
program for psychologists that satisfies  
the standards adopted by the board  
under R 338.2529(2).  
Students, interns, residents, or staff in  
an accredited educational or training  
program in the area of psychology that  
satisfies the standards adopted by the  
board under R 338.2529(2).  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from the program director verifying the  
licensee’s role, length of the lecture or  
lectures, and the date on which the lecture or  
lectures was held.  
o
Providing clinical supervision for master’s,  
doctoral, or postdoctoral level students.  
One hour of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
To receive credit, this activity must not be part supervision provided. A  
of the licensee’s regular job description.  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from an authorized official at the agency  
employing the licensee verifying the  
licensee’s role and the number of supervision  
hours the licensee provided.  
p
Participating in peer supervision or  
One hour of continuing  
consultation with professional colleagues.  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
participation. A maximum of  
If audited, the licensee shall submit an  
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affidavit from the colleague that was involved 10 hours of continuing  
in the peer supervision or consultation. The education may be earned for  
affidavit must attest to the licensee’s role and this activity in each renewal  
the number of hours the licensee spent  
participating in these activities.  
period.  
q
Participating in case conferences, including  
hospital grand rounds, multidisciplinary  
conferences, for training purposes.  
One hour of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
participation. A maximum of  
5 hours of continuing  
education may be earned for  
this activity in each renewal  
period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit a letter  
from the administrative or clinical supervisor  
verifying the types of conferences and the  
number of hours the licensee spent  
participating in the conferences.  
r
Providing individual supervision for a limited One hour of continuing  
licensed psychologist beyond the hours of  
supervision required under R 338.2571(a) or  
(b). Supervision provided as part of a  
disciplinary sanction may be included under  
this activity.  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
supervision provided beyond  
the hours of supervision  
required per month. A  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit an  
affidavit from the limited licensed  
psychologist who received the supervision.  
The affidavit must attest to the licensee’s role  
as a supervisor and the number of hours the  
licensee spent providing supervision to the  
limited licensed psychologist.  
s
Receiving individual supervision from a  
licensed psychologist beyond the hours of  
supervision required under R 338.2571(a) or  
(b). Supervision received as part of a  
disciplinary sanction must not be included  
under this activity.  
One hour of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
each 50 to 60 minutes of  
supervision received beyond  
the hours of supervision  
required per month. A  
maximum of 10 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit an  
affidavit from the licensed psychologist who  
provided the supervision. The affidavit must  
attest to the licensee’s role as a supervisee and  
the number of hours the licensee spent  
receiving supervision from the licensed  
psychologist.  
t
Participation in a panel discussion relevant to One hour of continuing  
the practice of psychology in an approved education shall be granted for  
continuing education program or an organized each 50 to 60 minutes spent  
health care setting as defined in R  
participating in the panel  
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338.2521(1)(e).  
discussion. A maximum of 5  
hours of continuing education  
may be earned for this  
If audited, the licensee shall submit  
documentation from the organizer of the panel activity in each renewal  
discussion verifying the topic of the panel  
discussion and the number of hours the  
licensee spent participating in the discussion.  
Obtaining initial certification in a specialty  
area by 1 of the following organizations:  
The American Board of Professional  
Psychology.  
period.  
u
Twenty hours of continuing  
education shall be granted for  
obtaining initial certification.  
A maximum of 20 hours of  
continuing education may be  
earned for this activity in  
each renewal period.  
The Michigan Certification Board for  
Addiction Professionals.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit proof of  
certification.  
v
Participation in the development of a national Five hours of continuing  
examination for psychologists.  
education shall be granted for  
participation. A maximum of  
5 hours of continuing  
education may be earned for  
this activity in each renewal  
period.  
If audited, the licensee shall submit  
documentation from the sponsor of the  
examination verifying the licensee’s role and  
participation in the development of the  
examination.  
History: 2015 AACS; 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
R 338.2585 Continuing education providers; standards for approval.  
Rule 85. (1) A continuing education provider that is not pre-approved under R  
338.2583 may be approved by the board. To be approved by the board, the provider must  
complete an application provided by the department, file the application with the  
department for review no later than 90 days before the program date, and satisfy subrule  
(2) of this rule. The application and supporting documentation must include all of the  
following information:  
(a) A program schedule, including date of the program, topics, the name of the  
presenter or presenters, and break times.  
(b) An explanation of how the program is being designed to further educate  
psychologists, including a short narrative describing the program content and the criteria  
for the selection of the content.  
(c) Copies of instructional objectives that have been developed.  
(d) Copies of all promotional and advertising materials for the program.  
(e) The name, title, and address of the program director and a description of his or her  
qualifications to direct the program.  
(f) A description of how the amount of continuing education credit to be awarded for  
this program was determined.  
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(g) A description of how participants will be notified that continuing education credit  
has been earned.  
(h) A copy of the curriculum vitae for each presenter.  
(i) A description of the delivery method or methods to be used during the presentation.  
(j) A copy of the assessment instrument, if any, that will be used for participant  
evaluation.  
(k) A description of how the assessment, if any, will be administered, corrected, and  
returned to participants.  
(l) A description of how attendance will be monitored.  
(2) A program provider or sponsor approved under subrule (1) of this rule shall issue  
certificates or letters of attendance that include all of the following information:  
(a) The name of the sponsor.  
(b) The name of the program, including the name of the presenter or presenters.  
(c) The name of the attendee.  
(d) The date of the program.  
(e) The Michigan approval number, if assigned by the department.  
(f) The signature of the person responsible for attendance monitoring and his or her  
title.  
(g) The number of hours attended and the amount of continuing education credits  
earned.  
History: 2020 MR 23, Eff. Dec. 6, 2019.  
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