§ 23-20.8.1-2. Applicability and scope.
After January 1, 2015, a person shall not practice music therapy or represent himself or herself as being able to practice music therapy in this state unless the person is registered pursuant to this chapter. Nothing in this chapter may be construed to prohibit or restrict the practice, services, or activities of the following:
(1) Any person licensed, certified, or regulated under the laws of this state in another profession or occupation or personnel supervised by a licensed professional in this state performing work, including the use of music, incidental to the practice of his or her licensed, certified, or regulated profession or occupation, if that person does not represent himself or herself as a music therapist; or
(2) Any person whose training and national certification attests to the individual's preparation and ability to practice his or her certified profession or occupation if that person does not represent himself or herself as a music therapist.
(3) Any practice of music therapy as an integral part of a program of study for students enrolled in an accredited music therapy program if the student does not represent himself or herself as a music therapist.
(4) Any person who practices music therapy under the supervision of a registered music therapist if the person does not represent himself or herself as a music therapist.
(P.L. 2014, ch. 189, § 1; P.L. 2014, ch. 211, § 1.)