Effective January 1, 2015
Pursuant to California Business and Professions Code sections 480(b), 482, and 4610, the California Massage Therapy Council (the "Council") hereby adopts the following criteria for applicants and certificate holders to prove rehabilitation under California Business and Professions Code sections 4600 et. seq.
The Council evaluates each application or disciplinary action against a certificate holder on a case-by-case basis considering the totality, weight, and reliability of the evidence provided and uses the following criteria to determine satisfactory rehabilitation:
The burden of proof lies with the applicant or certificate holder to provide sufficient evidence of rehabilitation to allow for certification. The Council shall take into account all reliable evidence of rehabilitation furnished by the applicant or certificate holder.
California Massage Therapy Council’s mission is to protect the public by certifying massage professionals in California that meet the requirements in the law and approving massage programs that meet the minimum standards for training and curriculum.
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