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To Reactivate a Temporary Leave or Emeritus License issued BEFORE July 1, 2015:  No more than five years following the Temporary Leave or Emeritus License effective date, a licensee must:

  • complete an application form specified by the Board;
  • pay the reactivation of a Temporary Leave or Emeritus License fee;
  • document compliance with the continuing education requirements;
  • submit a Supervision Plan, if required; and
  • pay the wall certificate fee if the licensee needs a duplicate license.

To Reactivate a Temporary Leave or Emeritus Inactive License issued AFTER July 1, 2015:  No more than four years following the Temporary Leave or Emeritus Inactive effective date, a licensee must:

  • complete an application form specified by the Board;
  • pay the reactivation of a Temporary Leave or Emeritus Inactive License fee;
  • document compliance with the continuing education requirements;
  • submit a Supervision Plan, if required; and
  • pay the wall certificate fee if the licensee needs a duplicate license

To Reactivate an Expired or Voluntarily Terminated License: Within one year of the effective date of Expiration or Voluntary Termination, a person must:

  • complete an application form specified by the Board;
  • pay the reactivation of an Expired or Voluntarily Terminated License fee;
  • document compliance with the continuing education requirements that were in effect at the time the license expired; and
  • document compliance with the supervision requirements, if applicable, that were in effect at the time the license expired.
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