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Chapter 510-6 DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS

Rule 510-6-.01 Procedures for Hearings

The Georgia State Board of Examiners of Psychologists hereby adopts by reference as its permanent rules Chapter 295-3 through 295-13, and any future amendments thereto, Rules and Regulations of the Office Of Joint Secretary, State Examining Boards, relating to Procedures for Hearings before the several State Examining Boards.

Rule 510-6-.02 Disciplinary Sanctions

(1) The Board shall have the authority pursuant to O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-1-19 to refuse to grant a license to an applicant or to revoke or discipline a licensee upon a finding by a majority of the Board that the licensee or applicant has committed a violation under O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-1-19 and/or 43-39-13.
(2) For purposes of O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-1-19(a)(6), behaviors (acts, knowledge, and practices) that are unprofessional, immoral, unethical, deceptive, or which fail to meet the minimal reasonable standards of acceptable and prevailing practice of psychology, shall include but not be limited to any act or practice which violates the Code of Ethics or the Code of Conduct established by the Board. This applies to the psychologist and to anyone under his or her supervision.