The following persons are exempted from the licensing requirements of this chapter:
(A) A certificated school psychologist, while practicing school psychology within the scope of his employment by a board of education or by a private school meeting the standards prescribed by the state board of education under division (D) of section 3301.07 of the Revised Code, or while acting as a school psychologist within the scope of his employment in a program for trainable mentally retarded children established under Chapter 3323. or 5126. of the Revised Code. A person exempted under this division shall not offer psychological services to any other individual, organization, or group for remuneration, monetary or otherwise, unless he is licensed by the state board of psychology.
(B) Any nonresident temporarily employed in this state to render psychological services for not more than thirty days a year, who, in the opinion of the board, meets the standards for entrance in division (B) of section 4732.10 of the Revised Code, and who holds whatever license or certificate, if any, is required for such practice in his home state or home country.
(C) Any person employed by a licensed psychologist or licensed school psychologist, while carrying out specific tasks, under the licensee's supervision, as an extension of the licensee's legal and ethical authority as specified under this chapter. All fees shall be billed under the name of the licensee, and the employee shall not represent himself to the public as a psychologist or school psychologist, although supervised persons and persons in training may be ascribed such titles as "psychology trainee," "psychology assistant," "psychology intern," or other appropriate term that clearly implies their supervised or training status.
(D) Unlicensed persons holding a master's degree or doctoral degree in psychology from a program approved by the board while working under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. The board shall establish rules governing such supervisory relationship which shall include a regulation requiring registration with the board of such unlicensed person.
(E) Any student in an accredited educational institution, while carrying out activities that are part of his prescribed course of study, provided such activities are supervised by a professional person who is qualified to perform such activities and is licensed under this chapter or is exempted under division (F) or (G) of this section or division (B) or (D) of section 4732.23 of the Revised Code. 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.
(F) Duly ordained ministers while functioning in their ministerial capacity;
(G) Qualified social workers while functioning in their capacity as social workers.
Effective Date: 10-31-1980