This bill defines a scope of practice for music therapists and provides that, after July 1, 2014, persons practicing as music therapists in Georgia must be licensed by the Secretary of State. The bill establishes criteria for receiving a license as a music therapist, including requirements for education, clinical training, and examination. It also creates the Music Therapy Advisory Group, which is to advise the Secretary of State on issues related to music therapy and analyze disciplinary actions taking against licensees, among other functions.
Is there anything the government doesn’t regulate?
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