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BOARD MEETING
NOTICE OF TELECONFERENCE MEETING & AGENDA
Department of Consumer Affairs
1625 N. Market Blvd., Third Floor, Trinity Room
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 574-7220

Friday, April 21, 2017

TELECONFERENCE LOCATIONS

8920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 334
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 275-4194

Los Angeles Harbor College
1111 Figueroa Place, Suite NEA147
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 223-4069

Ronald Reagan State Building
300 South Spring Street, Auditorium
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 897-2241

Teleconference Information
Teleconference Phone Number: (866) 509-3031
Participant Code: 44835535

Board Members
Stephen Phillips, JD, PsyD, President
Nicole J. Jones, Vice-President
Lucille Acquaye-Baddoo
Alita Bernal
Michael Erickson, PhD
Jacqueline Horn, PhD

Legal Counsel
Norine Marks

Board Staff
Antonette Sorrick, Executive Officer
Jeff Thomas, Assistant Executive Officer
Sandra Monterrubio, Enforcement Program Manager
Cherise Burns, Central Services Manager
Jason Glasspiegel, Central Services Coordinator
Stephanie Cheung, Licensing Unit Manager
Natasha Lim, Licensing and BreEZe Coordinator

Links to agenda items with attachments are available at www.psychology.ca.gov.

Friday, April 21, 2017

10:00 a.m. – OPEN SESSION

Unless noticed for a specific time, items may be heard at any time during the period of the Board meeting.

The Board welcomes and encourages public participation in its meetings. The public may take appropriate opportunities to comment on any issue before the Board at the time the item is heard. If public comment is not specifically requested, members of the public should feel free to request an opportunity to comment.

  1. Call to Order/Roll Call/Establishment of a Quorum
  2. President’s Welcome
  3. Public Comment for Items not on the Agenda. Note: The Board May Not Discuss or Take Action on Any Matter Raised During this Public Comment Section, Except to Decide Whether to Place the Matter on the Agenda of a Future Meeting [Government Code Sections 11125 and 11125.7(a)]
  4. Policy and Advocacy Committee Report and Consideration of Committee Recommendations on Board Positions (Jones – Chairperson, Erickson)
    1. Legislative Update
      1. Omnibus Proposal – Amendments to Business and Professions Code Section 2987 (Fee Schedule)
      2. AB 89 (Levine) - Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention Coursework Requirements – Addition of Section to the BPC (Coursework in Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention)
    2. Review and Consideration of Committee Recommendations on Legislation: (Jones – Chairperson, Erickson)
      1. Newly Introduced Bills – Review of Bill Analyses and Potential Action
        1. Recommendations for Active Positions on bills
          1. AB 244 (Cervantes) – Maternal Mental Health
          2. AB 710 (Wood) – Department of Consumer Affairs: Board Meetings
          3. AB 1116 (Grayson) – Peer Support and Crisis Referral Services Act
          4. AB 1188 (Nazarian) – Health Professions Development: Loan Repayment
          5. SB 572 (Stone) - Healing Arts Licensees: Violations: Grace Period
          6. SB 798 (Hill) – Healing Arts: Boards
        2. Recommendations for Board to Watch Bills
          1. AB 12 (Cooley) – State Government: Administrative Regulations: Review
          2. AB 44 (Reyes) – Workers' Compensation: Medical Treatment: Terrorist Attacks: Workplace Violence
          3. AB 93 (Medina) – Healing Arts: Marriage and Family Therapists: Clinical Social Workers: Professional Clinical Counselors: Required Experience and Supervision
          4. AB 148 (Mathis) – California Physician Corps Program: Practice Setting
          5. AB 191 (Wood) – Mental Health: Involuntary Treatment
          6. AB 208 (Eggman) – Deferred Entry of Judgment: Pretrial Diversion
          7. AB 266 (Thurmond) – Inmates: Housing Assignments
          8. AB 349 (McCarty) – Civil Service: Veterans’ Preferences: Special Immigrant Visas
          9. AB 451 (Arambula) – Health Facilities: Emergency Services and Care
          10. AB 456 (Thurmond) – Healing Arts: Associate Clinical Social Workers
          11. AB 470 (Arambula) – Medi Cal: Specialty Mental Health Services
          12. AB 473 (Waldron) – Mental Health: Criminal Justice: Pilot Project
          13. AB 477 (Ridley-Thomas) – Behavioral Health Stakeholder Advisory Panel
          14. AB 488 (Kiley) – Mental Health Services Act
          15. AB 492 (Grayson) – Public Records: Department of Consumer Affairs: Solicitation Fees
          16. AB 501 (Ridley-Thomas) – Mental Health: Community Care Facilities
          17. AB 620 (Holden) – Prisoners: Trauma Informed Therapy
          18. AB 683 (Garcia) – Prisoners: Support Services
          19. AB 689 (Obernolte) – Juvenile Proceedings: Competency
          20. AB 704 (Grayson) – Multidisciplinary Teams: Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence
          21. AB 720 (Eggman) – Inmates: Psychiatric Medication: Informed Consent
          22. AB 800 (Chiu) – Hate Crimes: Hotline
          23. AB 835 (Dababneh) – Consumer Affairs: Licenses: Prohibited Acts
          24. AB 1061 (Gloria) – Victim’s Restitution
          25. AB 1074 (Maienschein) – Health Care Coverage: Pervasive Developmental Disorder or Autism
          26. AB 1134 (Gloria) – Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission: Fellowship Program
          27. AB 1261 (Berman) – Pupil Discipline: Expulsions: Pupil Suicide Prevention
          28. AB 1315 (Mullin) –Mental Health: Early Psychosis Detection and Intervention
          29. AB 1340 (Maienschein) – Medical Education: Mental and Physical Health Care Integration
          30. AB 1456 (Low) – Professional Licensure
          31. SB 8 (Beall) – Diversion: Mental Disorders
          32. SB 27 (Morrell) – Professions and Vocations: Licenses: Military Service
          33. SB 142 (Beall) – Criminal Offenders: Mental Health
          34. SB 191 (Beall) – Pupil Health: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services
          35. SB 215 (Beall) – Incarcerated Persons: Victim Advocates
          36. SB 241 (Monning) – Medical Records: Access
          37. SB 247 (Moorlach) – Professions and Vocations: License Requirement: Business: Surety Bond Requirement
          38. SB 399 (Portantino) – Health Care Coverage: Pervasive Developmental Disorder or Autism
          39. SB 538 (Monning) – Hospital Contracts
          40. SB 684 (Bates) – Incompetence to Stand Trial: Conservatorship: Treatment
          41. ACR 8 (Jones-Sawyer) – Post Traumatic Street Disorder
        3. Recommendations for Board to Watch Spot Bills
          1. AB 462 (Thurmond) – Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability
          2. AB 635 (Harper) – Department of Consumer Affairs
    3. Update Regarding the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) and Mandated Reporting – Penal Code Sections 261.5, 288, and 11165.1.
    4. Review and Approve Possible Input to ASPPB on Draft Documents (a-c)
      1. Update on 16 CCR Sections 1391.1, 1391.2, 1391.5, 1391.6, 1391.8, 1391.10, 1391.11, 1391.12, 1392.1 – Psychological Assistants
      2. Update on 16 CCR Sections 1387(b)(10)(11) and 1387.1 – Verification of Experience and Supervision Agreement Forms
  5. Review and Approve Possible Input to ASPPB on Draft Documents (a-c)
    1. Draft Regulations
    2. Draft Model Act
    3. Draft Code of Ethics
  6. Licensing Committee Report and Consideration and Possible Approval of Committee Recommendations (Horn – Chairperson, Phillips)
    1. Consider and Possible Approval of Licensing Committee Recommendation Regarding Requests for Extension to the 72-Month Registration Period for Registered Psychological Assistants Pursuant to Section 1391.1(b) of the California Code of Regulations
    2. Consider and Possible Approval of Licensing Committee Recommendation Regarding Supervision Agreement Plans for Supervised Professional Experience in Non-Mental Health Services Pursuant to Section 1387.3 of the California Code of Regulations
  7. Review and Approve Possible Input to Judicial Council on Competence to Stand Trial Draft Guidelines
  8. Legislative Items for Future Meeting. The Board May Discuss Other Items of Legislation in Sufficient Detail to Determine Whether Such Items Should be on a Future Board Meeting Agenda and/or Whether to Hold a Special Meeting of the Board to Discuss Such Items Pursuant to Government Code Section 11125.4
  9. Public Comments on Items Not on the Agenda and Recommendations for Agenda Items for Future Licensing Committee Meetings. Note: The Committee May not Discuss or Take Action on any Matter Raised During This Public Comment Section, Except to Decide whether to Place the Matter on the Agenda of a Future Meeting [Government Code Sections 11125 and 11125.7(a)]
  10. President’s Report (S. Phillips)
    1. 2017 Meeting Calendar and Locations
    2. Committee Updates
  11. Recommendations for Agenda Items for Future Board Meetings. Note: The Board May Not Discuss or Take Action on Any Matter Raised During This Public Comment Section, Except to Decide Whether to Place the Matter on the Agenda of a Future Meeting [Government Code Sections 11125 and 11125.7(a)]
  12. CLOSED SESSION
    The Board will Meet in Closed Session Pursuant to Government Code Section 11126(c)(3) to Discuss Disciplinary Matters Including Petitions for Reconsideration, Stipulations, and Proposed Decisions.

OPEN SESSION

ADJOURNMENT

Except where noticed for a time certain, all times are approximate and subject to change. The meeting may be canceled or changed without notice. For verification, please check the Board’s Web site at www.psychology.ca.gov, or call (916) 574-7720. Action may be taken on any item on the agenda. Items may be taken out of order, tabled or held over to a subsequent meeting, to accommodate speakers, or to maintain a quorum.

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 may take appropriate opportunities to comment on any issue before the Board at the time the item is heard, but the President may, at his discretion, apportion available time among those who wish to speak.

The meeting is accessible to the physically disabled. A person who needs a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting Antonette Sorrick, Executive Officer, at (916) 574-7720 or email bopmail@dca.ca.gov or send a written request addressed to 1625 N. Market Boulevard, Suite N-215, Sacramento, CA 95834. Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help ensure availability of the requested accommodation.

The Board of Psychology advances quality psychological services for Californians by ensuring ethical and legal practice and supporting the evolution of the profession.