Current as of: 2009
A. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as preventing or restricting practice, services, or activities of any person licensed or certified in this state, by any other law, from engaging in the profession or occupation for which he is licensed or certified.
B. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as prohibiting other licensed professionals, including members of the clergy and Christian Science practitioners, from the delivery of medical, psychotherapeutic, counseling, social work, psychological, or educational services to substance abusers and their families.
Acts 2004, No. 803, §3, eff. July 8, 2004.
C. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as prohibiting the activities of any person recognized as a counselor or prevention specialist-in-training by the department and employed or supervised in the manner prescribed by the department, from carrying out specific tasks under professional supervision. The person supervised shall not represent himself to the public as having any credential or status which the department does not recognize him as having.
D. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as prohibiting the activities of any student in an accredited educational institution, from carrying out activities that are part of the prescribed course of study, provided such activities are authorized by this Chapter or by the department. Such student shall hold himself out to the public only by clearly indicating his student status and the profession in which he is being trained.Prev | Next
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