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New Mexico Occupational Therapy Identification

How can I use “Dr” in my title?

"Dr" can be used if the OT has obtained their doctorate and included “OT” in their identification.

Required designation for OTs

Occupational therapists should be identified with the letters “OT”.

Are there any specific requirements for posting notifications or licenses?

Each licensee shall display his current license certificate in a conspicuous place in the principal office where he practices occupational therapy.

At secondary places of employment, documentation of license shall be verified by photocopy with a note attached indicating where the current license certificate is posted.

Consumer Information

A consumer information sign shall be displayed in the principal place of practice. The consumer information sign shall read:

"Complaints regarding noncompliance with the Occupational Therapy Act can be directed to the board of examiners for occupational therapy."

When does an OT have to notify the board of any information changes?

Each licensee is responsible for filing address changes and maintaining a current address with the board office.


N.M. Stat. § 61-12A-16


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