Board of Psychology - Renewal
Due to COVID-19, paper applications will not be processed at this time. Click here to Access Online Services to Apply, Renew, or Reactivate Online. For questions about username and password, please call the State of Iowa Service Desk at 515-281-5703 or 800-532-1174. For assistance with the online application contact 515-281-0254.
Child Abuse Mandatory Reporter Training and Dependent Adult Abuse Mandatory Reporter Training will not be available on the DHS website from June 19, 2020 until June 29, 2020.
In order to complete the renewal application, licensees will need to attest to completion of the required course.
Licensees should attest to the completion of the required hours and complete the training when the course is available.
Provisional License Renewal
Note: A provisional license may only be renewed one time, and cannot be renewed online.
Provisional License Renewal Form
Provisional License Renewal rules https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/iac/rule/01-21-2015.645.240.12.pdf
You can renew your license up to 60 days before your current license expires.
You may begin the renewal process May 2 of even numbered years. Renewal notifications will be emailed to your email address on file with the board at 60, 50, 40 and 30 days prior to the license expiration date. Renew your license early to avoid a late fee or lapse in licensure. All continuing education requirements must be completed prior to license renewal.
7/1/2019 HF 731 MODIFIES MANDATORY REPORTER CHILD ABUSE AND DEPENDENT ADULT ABUSE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AS FOLLOWS:
- Removes the Iowa Department of Public Health’s responsibility to review and approve mandatory reporter training curricula.
- Requires the Department of Human Services to develop and provide the core training curriculum for all mandatory reporters in Iowa.
- Allows for an employer to provide supplemental training as it relates to their professional practice, in addition to the core training curriculum provided by DHS.
- Maintains that every mandatory reporter must complete 2 hours of training within six months of employment or self-employment, unless otherwise specified by federal regulations, and requires one hour of additional training every 3 years.
- The child and dependent adult abuse trainings can no longer be combined into one 2-hour course. Both the child and dependent adult abuse core trainings will be 2 hours each.
- All mandatory reporters are required to take the core (2-hour) training initially, but will be allowed to take a one hour recertification training every three years thereafter so long as they do so prior to the three-year expiration period.
- Clarifies that all valid mandatory reporter training certificates issued prior to July 1, 2019 remain effective for 5 years.