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In April of 2021, Governor Kevin Stitt signed into law Senate Bill 3, which brings changes to emergency detention and transportation protocol for...

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The advent of the COVID-19 global pandemic has changed the way many therapists render services. With tele-health sessions often being held in lieu...

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Earlier this month, the federal Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization Act of 2022 was introduced with bipartisan support. The VAWA was...

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As outlined in a previous article, 6 Bills Mental Healthcare Professionals Should Be Watching in 2022, a recently introduced bill may soon change...

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During its regularly scheduled board meeting on Feb 11, 2022, the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health Licensure finalized its newest plan to address...

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On Friday February 11th, the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health conducted its regularly scheduled board meeting. Along with waiving the...

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During today's board meeting, the OBBHL voted to waive in-person CEU requirements for Oklahoma LPC, LMFTs, and LBPs. The board cited "the continued...

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Earlier this week, Representative Jim Olsen introduced House Bill 2973 to the Oklahoma State Legislature, which he referred to as the...

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As the Oklahoma legislative session draws nearer, state lawmakers have recently been introducing new bills to the legislature. Many of these...

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The Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health, Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, and the State Board of Licensed Social Workers are...

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After years of maintaining a private practice or working as a contractor, eventually most therapists will choose to retire. While many salaried...

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