Introduced Version






HOUSE BILL No. 1209

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL



Citations Affected: IC 25-23.9; IC 35-51-25-1.

Synopsis: Certified music therapists. Provides that an individual may not profess to be a certified music therapist unless the individual holds and maintains the credentialing administered by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). Provides that an individual who practices music therapy without the CBMT credentialing commits a Class B misdemeanor. Makes a technical correction.

Effective: July 1, 2012.





Crouch




    January 9, 2012, read first time and referred to Committee on Employment, Labor and Pensions.







Introduced

Second Regular Session 117th General Assembly (2012)


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HOUSE BILL No. 1209



    A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning professions and occupations.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

SOURCE: IC 25-23.9; (12)IN1209.1.1. -->     SECTION 1. IC 25-23.9 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW ARTICLE TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2012]:
     ARTICLE 23.9. MUSIC THERAPISTS
     Chapter 1. Definitions
    Sec. 1. As used in this article, "music therapy" means the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.
    Sec. 2. As used in this article, "practitioner" means a person who holds:
        (1) an unlimited certificate;
        (2) a limited or probationary certificate;
        (3) a temporary certificate; or
        (4) an intern certificate;
issued by a board regulating a profession or an occupation.
    Chapter 2. Activity by Noncertified Individuals
    Sec. 1. This chapter does not prohibit a practitioner from performing music therapy functions if the practitioner is acting within the scope of the practitioner's certificate.
    Sec. 2. Except as provided in section 1 of this chapter, an individual may not:
        (1) profess to be a certified music therapist or music therapist;
        (2) use the initials "MT-BC" or any other words, letters, abbreviations, or insignia indicating or implying that the individual is a certified music therapist; or
        (3) practice music therapy;
unless the individual holds and maintains the credentialing administered by the Certification Board for Music Therapists.
    Sec. 3. An individual who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally violates section 2 of this chapter commits a Class B misdemeanor.

SOURCE: IC 35-51-25-1; (12)IN1209.1.2. -->     SECTION 2. IC 35-51-25-1, AS ADDED BY P.L.70-2011, SECTION 1, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2012]: Sec. 1. The following statutes define crimes in IC 25:
        IC 25-2.1-13-3 (Concerning accountants).
        IC 25-2.5-3-4 (Concerning acupuncturists).
        IC 25-5.1-4-2 (Concerning athletic trainers).
        IC 25-5.2-2-12 (Concerning athlete agents).
        IC 25-6.1-7-1 (Concerning auctioneers and auctions).
        IC 25-6.1-7-2 (Concerning auctioneers and auctions).
        IC 25-8-15.4-25 (Concerning beauty culture).
        IC 25-10-1-11 (Concerning chiropractors).
        IC 25-11-1-12 (Concerning collection agencies).
        IC 25-13-1-3 (Concerning dental hygienists).
        IC 25-14-1-25 (Concerning dentists).
        IC 25-14-4-6 (Concerning dentists).
        IC 25-14.5-7-2 (Concerning dietitians).
        IC 25-16-1-18 (Concerning employment services).
        IC 25-17.3-5-3 (Concerning genetic counselors).
        IC 25-17.6-8-2 (Concerning geologists).
        IC 25-18-1-19 (Concerning distress sales).
        IC 25-20-1-21 (Concerning hearing aid dealers).
        IC 25-20.7-5-1 (Concerning interior designers).
        IC 25-21.5-5-10 (Concerning land surveyors).
        IC 25-21.5-13-2 (Concerning land surveyors).
        IC 25-21.8-7-1 (Concerning massage therapists).
        IC 25-22.5-8-2 (Concerning physicians).
        IC 25-22.5-8-3 (Concerning physicians).
        IC 25-23-1-27 (Concerning nurses).
        IC 25-23.5-3-2 (Concerning occupational therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-3-3 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-4-4 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-4.5-4 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-4.7-7 IC 25-23.6-7-7 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-10.1-6 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-11-1 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-11-2 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.6-11-3 (Concerning marriage and family therapists).
        IC 25-23.7-7-5 (Concerning manufactured home installers).
         IC 25-23.9-2-3 (Concerning music therapists).
        IC 25-24-1-18 (Concerning optometrists).
        IC 25-24-3-17 (Concerning optometrists).
        IC 25-26-13-29 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-14-23 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-14-25 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-14-26 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-14-27 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-19-9 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-26-21-11 (Concerning pharmacists, pharmacies, and drug stores).
        IC 25-27-1-12 (Concerning physical therapists).
        IC 25-27.5-7-2 (Concerning physician assistants).
        IC 25-28.5-1-31 (Concerning plumbers).
        IC 25-29-9-1 (Concerning podiatrists).
        IC 25-30-1-21 (Concerning private investigator firms, security guards, and polygraph examiners).
        IC 25-30-1.3-23 (Concerning private investigator firms, security guards, and polygraph examiners).
        IC 25-31-1-13 (Concerning engineers).
        IC 25-31-1-27 (Concerning engineers).
        IC 25-31.5-8-7 (Concerning soil scientists).
        IC 25-33-1-15 (Concerning psychologists).
        IC 25-34.5-3-2 (Concerning respiratory care specialists).
        IC 25-35.6-3-10 (Concerning speech pathologists and audiologists).
        IC 25-36.1-1-2 (Concerning surgical technologists).
        IC 25-36.5-1-10 (Concerning timber buyers).
        IC 25-36.5-1-15 (Concerning timber buyers).
        IC 25-38.1-4-10 (Concerning veterinarians).
        IC 25-38.1-4-11 (Concerning veterinarians).
        IC 25-39-5-1 (Concerning water well drilling contractors).
        IC 25-39-5-7 (Concerning water well drilling contractors).
        IC 25-41-1-2 (Concerning behavior analysts).