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BOARD MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA

Sheraton Suites San Diego at Symphony Hall
701 A Street
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 696-9800

Friday, August 8, 2008

8:00 AM - OPEN SESSION

Call To Order/Roll Call/Establishment of a Quorum

  • 1. Approval of Minutes for May 9 - 10, 2008 Board Meeting
  • 2. Presentation by Dr. Jon Nachison Concerning Psychological Services for Returning Veterans

8:45 AM - OPEN SESSION - ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING

SCHUSTER, Sandee, Ph.D., - Petition for Termination of Probation

9:45 AM, or upon completion of the administrative hearing - CLOSED SESSION

The Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 11126(c)(3) to discuss and vote on disciplinary decisions.

10:45 AM - OPEN SESSION

  • 3. Adoption of 2008/2009 Strategic Plan

COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The respective committees will meet to discuss those issues that will be addressed at the full Board meeting on August 9, 2008 (see items 8 and 12 below).

A quorum of the Board may be present at the Committee meetings. Board members who are not on the Committee may observe, but may not participate or vote. Each committee meeting will begin with voluntary introduction of attendees. Only those attendees who wish to address the committees must introduce themselves.

Continuing Education Committee - (O'Connor - Chairperson, Graff, Rodolfa)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Continuing Education Statistics
  • c) Discussion Regarding Continuing Education Approval System
  • d) Public Comment

Legislation Committee - (Sherman - Chairperson, Calero, Vazquez)

  • a) 2008/2008 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Review of California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 13.1, Articles 1, 1.5 and 2
  • c) SB 963 (Ridley-Thomas) - Regulatory Boards; Operations
  • d) SB 797 (Ridley-Thomas) - Vertical Enforcement
  • e) AB 2746 (Niello) - Private Postsecondary Education: California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2008
  • f) AB 1925 (Eng) - Franchise Tax Board: Professional Licenses
  • g) AB 2543 (Berg) - Geriatric & Gerontology Workforce Expansion Act
  • h) AB 2969 (Lieber) - Workers' Compensation: Medical Treatment Utilization Reviews
  • i) Senate Joint Resolution 19 (Ridley-Thomas) - Military Torture and Health Professionals
  • j) SB 1218 (Correa) - Marriage and Family Therapy; Licensure and Registration
  • k) AB 1897 (Emmerson) - Marriage and Family Therapists
  • l) AB 1486 (Calderon) - Licensed Professional Counselors
  • m) Other Bills of Interest to the Board
  • n) Public Comment

12:15 - LUNCH BREAK

1:45 PM - OPEN SESSION

COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The respective committees will meet to discuss those issues that will be addressed at the full Board meeting on August 9, 2008 (see items 10, 11, 14 and 15 below).

A quorum of the Board may be present at the Committee meetings. Board members who are not on the Committee may observe, but may not participate or vote. Each committee meeting will begin with voluntary introduction of attendees. Only those attendees who wish to address the committees must introduce themselves.

Examination Committee - (Horn - Chairperson, O'Connor, Sherman, Rodolfa)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Examination Statistics
  • c) Performance Analysis of the California Psychology Supplemental Examination (CPSE)
  • d) California Psychology Law and Ethics Examination (CPLEE) Update
  • e) Public Comment

Enforcement Committee - (Vazquez - Chairperson, Calero, Sherman)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Enforcement Statistics
  • c) Vertical Enforcement
  • d) Discussion of Colorado Practice Monitor Training
  • e) Expert Reviewer Program Update
  • f) Discussion Regarding Board of Psychology Cite and Fine Process
  • g) Discussion Regarding Retention of Website Postings of Disciplinary Actions
  • h) Public Comment

Personnel and Board Operations Committee - (Horn - Chairperson, Rodolfa)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Update on Consultant for Board Operations
  • c) Budget Update
  • d) Mental Health Education Fund Distribution
  • e) Recommendations for Website
  • f) Continuing Refinement of the Executive Officer Performance Review Process
  • g) Public Comment

Committee on Contemporary and Emerging Issues - (O'Connor - Chairperson, Calero, Graff)

  • a) Loan Repayment and Current Status
  • b) Prescription Drug Privileges Update
  • c) Discussion of Dr. Jon Nachison's Presentation
  • d) Discussion Regarding Possible Board of Psychology Role in Colleague Assistance for Other Health Professions
  • e) Public Comment

3:15 PM - OPEN SESSION

COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The respective committees will meet to discuss those issues that will be addressed at the full Board meeting on August 9, 2008 (see items 9 and 13 below).

A quorum of the Board may be present at the Committee meetings. Board members who are not on the Committee may observe, but may not participate or vote. Each committee meeting will begin with voluntary introduction of attendees. Only those attendees who wish to address the committees must introduce themselves.

Credentials Committee - (Graff - Chairperson, Horn, Rodolfa)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Satisfaction Survey Results
  • c) Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC)
  • d) Discuss Renewal Limitations of Psychological Assistants
  • e) Discussion of Supervised Professional Experience (SPE) in Private Practice
  • f) Evaluation of International College of Professional Psychology (ICPP) Request for California Credentialing Approval
  • g) Discussion of Accredited Degree Programs Outside the Continental United States
  • h) Discussion Regarding Approved Schools After January 1, 2009
  • i) Public Comment
    Closed Session - the Credentials Committee will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 11126(c)(2) to review applicant credentials for licensure
  • j) Review Request for Waiver of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Licensure Requirement
  • k) Review Request for Extension of the 30-Consecutive Month Limit of Section 1387(a) of the California Code of Regulations
  • l) Review of Plan(s) for Supervised Professional Experience (SPE) in Non-Mental Health

Outreach and Consumer Education Committee - (Vazquez - Chairperson, O'Connor, Sherman)

  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Consumer Outreach
  • c) Misuse of the MMPI-II
  • d) BOP Update
  • e) Update on New Booklet for Consumers
  • f) Public Service Announcement Update
  • g) Professionals Achieving Consumer Trust Summit (PACTS)
  • h) Discussion Regarding Increased Utilization of Board Members for Consumer and Professional Outreach
  • i) Public Comment

Saturday, August 9, 2008

8:30 AM OPEN SESSION

Call To Order/Roll Call/Establishment of a Quorum

  • 4. President's Report
  • a) Black Expo Oakland
  • b) California Association of Mental Health Boards and Commissions
  • c) Monthly Meeting with Executive Officer
  • d) Other President's Informational Items
  • 5. Executive Officer's Report
  • a) Web Site Update
  • b) Office Open House
  • c) Staff Update
  • d) November 2008 Board Conference Update
  • e) Diversity Conference with California Psychological Association
  • f) Other Executive Officer's Informational Items
  • 6. Regulation Update
  • a) Title 16, California Code of Regulations To Amend Section 1387(a)(2)(A) - Postdoctoral Supervised Professional Experience (CAPIC)
  • 7. 9:00 a.m. Regulation Hearings
  • a) Title 16, California Code of Regulations Sections 1391.4, 1391.10 and 1391.12 - Psychological Assistant Renewals
  • b) Title 16, California Code of Regulations Sections 1387(b)(10) and 1387.6 - Psychological Assistant Plans for Supervised Professional Experience (SPE)
  • 8. Continuing Education Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Continuing Education Statistics
  • c) Discussion Regarding Continuing Education Approval System
  • d) Public Comment
  • 9. Credentials Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Satisfaction Survey Results
  • c) Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC)
  • d) Discuss Renewal Limitations of Psychological Assistants
  • e) Discussion of Supervised Professional Experience (SPE) in Private Practice
  • f) Evaluation of International College of Professional Psychology (ICPP) Request for California Credentialing Approval
  • g) Discussion of Accredited Degree Programs Outside the Continental United States
  • h) Discussion Regarding Approved Schools After January 1, 2009
  • i) Summarization of Closed Session Items
  • j) Public Comment
  • 10. Examination Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Examination Statistics
  • c) Performance Analysis of the California Psychology Supplemental Examination (CPSE)
  • d) California Psychology Law and Ethics Examination (CPLEE) Update
  • e) Public Comment
  • 11. Enforcement Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Enforcement Statistics
  • c) Vertical Enforcement
  • d) Discussion of Colorado Practice Monitor Training
  • e) Expert Reviewer Program Update
  • f) Discussion Regarding Board of Psychology Cite and Fine Process
  • g) Discussion Regarding Retention of Website Postings of Disciplinary Actions
  • h) Public Comment
  • 12. Legislation Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Review of California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 13.1, Articles 1, 1.5 and 2
  • c) SB 963 (Ridley-Thomas) - Regulatory Boards; Operations
  • d) SB 797 (Ridley-Thomas) - Vertical Enforcement
  • e) AB 2746 (Niello) - Private Postsecondary Education: California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2008
  • f) AB 1925 (Eng) - Franchise Tax Board: Professional Licenses
  • g) AB 2543 (Berg) - Geriatric & Gerontology Workforce Expansion Act
  • h) AB 2969 (Lieber) - Workers' Compensation: Medical Treatment Utilization Reviews
  • i) Senate Joint Resolution 19 (Ridley-Thomas) - Military Torture and Health Professionals
  • j) SB 1218 (Correa) - Marriage and Family Therapy; Licensure and Registration
  • k) AB 1897 (Emmerson) - Marriage and Family Therapists
  • l) AB 1486 (Calderon) - Licensed Professional Counselors
  • m) Other Bills of Interest to the Board
  • n) Public Comment
  • 13. Outreach and Consumer Education Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Consumer Outreach
  • c) Misuse of the MMPI-II
  • d) BOP Update
  • e) Update on New Booklet for Consumers
  • f) Public Service Announcement Update
  • g) Professionals Achieving Consumer Trust Summit (PACTS)
  • h) Discussion Regarding Increased Utilization of Board Members for Consumer and Professional Outreach
  • i) Public Comment
  • 14. Personnel and Board Operations Committee Report
  • a) 2008/2009 Strategic Plan Update
  • b) Update on Consultant for Board Operations
  • c) Budget Update
  • d) Mental Health Education Fund Distribution
  • e) Recommendations for Website
  • f) Continuing Refinement of the Executive Officer Performance Review Process
  • g) Public Comment
  • 15. Committee on Contemporary and Emerging Issues
  • a) Loan Repayment and Current Status
  • b) Prescription Drug Privileges Update
  • c) Discussion of Dr. Jon Nachison's Presentation
  • d) Discussion Regarding Possible Board of Psychology Role in Colleague Assistance for Other Health Professions
  • e) Public Comment
  • 16. Public Comment on Items Not on the Agenda
  • 17. Agenda Items for Future Board Meetings

Adjournment


ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
ACTION MAY BE TAKEN ON ANY ITEM ON THE AGENDA, INCLUDING THOSE LISTED AS "INFORMATIONAL." ITEMS MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF ORDER FOR CONVENIENCE, TO ACCOMMODATE SPEAKERS, OR MAINTAIN A QUORUM.

QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS AGENDA SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO ROBERT KAHANE, EXECUTIVE OFFICER, AT THE BOARD'S OFFICE IN SACRAMENTO. MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC EXCEPT WHEN SPECIFICALLY NOTICED OTHERWISE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETING ACT. THE PUBLIC WILL BE GIVEN APPROPRIATE OPPORTUNITIES TO COMMENT ON ANY ISSUE BEFORE THE BOARD, BUT THE PRESIDENT MAY, AT HIS DISCRETION, APPORTION AVAILABLE TIME AMONG THOSE WHO WISH TO SPEAK.

THE MEETING IS ACCESSIBLE TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABLITIES. ANY PERSON WHO NEEDS DISABILITY-RELATED ACCOMMODATIONS OR MODIFICATIONS IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING SHOULD MAKE A REQUEST NO LATER THAN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS BEFORE THE MEETING BY CONTACTING ROBERT KAHANE, EXECUTIVE OFFICER, BY PHONE AT (916) 263-2696 OR BY SENDING A WRITTEN REQUEST ADDRESSED TO 2005 EVERGREEN STREET, SUITE 1400, SACRAMENTO, CA 95815-38310. ANY OTHER REQUESTS RELATING TO THE BOARD MEETING SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO DIANA CROSBY AT THE SAME ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER.
THIS AGENDA AS WELL AS BOARD MEETING MINUTES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOARD'S WEBSITE AT www.psychology.ca.gov.