OAR 416-070-0050
QMHP Recertification and Certification Expiration

(1) A practitioner who has a current Oregon clinical mental health license must maintain the license in good standing, and provide OYA with a current copy of the license. A licensed practitioner’s QMHP certification will expire when the practitioner’s license expires.
(2) A QMHP certification issued to unlicensed practitioners under these rules is subject to renewal every two years.
(a) A QMHP certification of an unlicensed practitioner will expire on September 30. The issuance date of the certified person’s first certification will determine if the certification expires on an odd or even year. Certifications issued in odd-numbered years expire in the next odd-numbered year, and certifications issued in even-numbered years expire in the next even-numbered year.
(b) A person seeking renewal of a certification must submit the following to the Development Services Assistant Director or designee:
(A) At least 24 hours of clinical supervision per year, prorated based on the person’s date of hire and budgeted position status; and
(B) At least five hours of training pertinent to the mental health services in an OYA facility which may include OYA training, supervisor-approved completed readings, verified workshop attendance, or class participation in a graduate program focusing on mental health treatment of mental health disorders.
(3) If the person’s previous certification has expired, the person must apply for recertification by submitting the documents listed in section (2) of this rule to the Development Services Assistant Director or designee. The person may not provide mental health services until the person is recertified, or a variance is granted as described in OAR 416-070-0060 (Variances).

Source: Rule 416-070-0050 — QMHP Recertification and Certification Expiration, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=416-070-0050.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 416-070-0050’s source at or​.us