Rule 4757-1-09 | Conditional Permission to Practice.
Non-residents who hold an equivalent license or registration in their home jurisdiction, and whose qualifications, as demonstrated in an application prescribed by the board, meet the standards for licensure under Chapter 4757. of the Revised Code and Chapter 4757. of the Administrative Code may be awarded conditional permission to practice. Nonresidents shall have conditional authorization to practice counseling, social work, or marriage and family therapy for not more than thirty days in a six month period upon board approval, receipt of written authorization granting the nonresident permission to practice, and payment of an application fee. Renewal of conditional permission is based on a demonstrated need for a continuation of services. Any part of a day in which services are rendered is considered a full day for purposes of counting days of service. The services rendered may be in person or from the non-resident's home jurisdiction, provided services are rendered in accordance with all applicable laws and rules regarding electronic service delivery.