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Scope of Practice

What can Sex Offender Therapists do? 

Clinical sex offender therapists provide services for the treatment and rehabilitation of sex offenders. They must have a minimum of a master's degree in the behavioral sciences and an active Oregon mental health professional license.

Associate sex offender therapists provide services for the treatment and rehabilitation of sex offenders. They must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in the behavioral sciences and be under the direct supervision of a clinical sex offender therapist to be certified in Oregon.
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Step-by-Step Process

Meeting  
To more effectively and efficiently respond to stakeholder questions, the Oregon Health Licensing Agency (OHLA) has developed a step-by-step process. Below, are documents to assist stakeholders (i.e. customers, licensees, business owners) in requesting clarification regarding licensing and regulatory issues.
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Issue Responses

There are currently no issue responses for the Sex Offender Treatment Board.
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More information

For more information, please an OHLA Policy Analyst at (503) 378-8667 or at ohla.info@state.or.us.
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