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    Psychology Board Laws and Regulations




    Health Occupations Article 18 - Annotated Code of Maryland

    Health Occupations Article​​​

     COMAR Regulations


    COMAR 10.36.01 Procedures​

    COMAR 10.36.02 Continuing Education

    COMAR 10.36.03 Procedure for Board Hearings

    COMAR 10.36.05 Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

    COMAR 10.36.06 Fee Schedule

    COMAR 10.36.07 Psychology Associates

    COMAR 10.36.08  Chapter 08 Disciplinary Sanctions and Monetary Penalties

    COMAR 10.36.09  Child Custody Evaluation

    COMAR 10.36.10 Telepsychology


    Other COMAR Regulation

    COMAR 10.31.02 Tax Compliance Regulations


    Other Articles

    Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, 5-717 Exemption from Civil Liability​

    Health Occupations Article,§ 14-501(a)--(e) Medical Review Committees​

    State Government Article, § § 10-612(a), 10-617(h), 10-618(a)--(c), (f) Maryland Public Information Act​

    Insurance Article, § 15-714 Freedom of Choice for Health -Insured Individuals​

    Health Occupations Article §§ 1-301--1-305 Patient Referrals​

    Insurance Article § 15-10A-02(d) Appeal of Adverse Decisions by a Patient's Health Insurance Carrier​

    Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, § 9-109 Privileged Communications

    Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, § 9-120 Psychologist as Expert Witness

    Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, § 5-609 Duty to Commit, Treat, or Warn​

    Family law Article, § § 20-102,20-104 Treatment of Minors

    Family law Article, § § 5-702, 5-704, 5-708,5-711 Duty to Report Child Abuse and Neglect

    Family law Article, § 5-706 Examination of Abused or Neglected Child Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article, § 3-8A-17 Study and Examination of a Child Health General Article, § 10-923  Placement of a Child or Adolescent in a Private Therapeutic Group HomeFamily law Article,§§ 14-101 --14-103,14-302, 14-308, 14-309  Duty to Report Abuse, Neglect, Self Neglect, or Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults

    Estates & Trusts Article,§ 13-705(A)--(c) and Maryland Rule 10-202(a)  Petitions for Guardianship of a Disabled Person

    Health General Article,§§ 10-601,10-615,10-616,10-618 Involuntary Psychiatric Admissions Health General Article,§§ 10-601,10-620,10-622,10-623, 10-629  Emergency Psychiatric Evaluations Health General Article,§§ 4-301--4-309,8-601 Medical Records Act--Duty to Hold Confidential and Duty to Disclose a Medical Record Family law Article,§§ 9-104, Access to Records by a Noncustodial ParentHealth General Article,§§ 4-401, 4-403  Altering, Maintaining, or Destroying Medical Records

    State Government Article, §§ 10-226 Licenses-- Special provisions