Nothing in this chapter shall:
(A) Be construed to limit the activities, services, and use of official title on the part of a person in the employ of the federal government insofar as such activities are a part of the duties in his position;
(B) Restrict persons licensed, certified, or registered under any other provision of the Revised Code from practicing those arts and utilizing psychological procedures that are allowed and within the standards and ethics of their profession or within new areas of practice that represent appropriate extensions of their profession, provided they do not hold themselves out to the public by the title of psychologist;
(C) Restrict any person in any capacity from offering services of a psychological nature, provided they neither hold themselves out to the public by the title of psychologist or school psychologist nor utilize psychological procedures that the state board of psychology judges by uniform rule in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code to be a serious hazard to mental health and to require professional expertise in psychology;
(D) Be construed as restricting the use of the term "social psychologist" by any person who has an earned doctoral degree in social psychology or in sociology with a social psychology major, from a sociology or social psychology department of an educational institution accredited or recognized by national or regional accrediting agencies as maintaining satisfactory standards, and who has filed with the state board of psychology the facts demonstrating his possession of such a degree.
Effective Date: 09-22-1972