The professional disclosure statement (PDS) is a document that an LPC, LMFT, or registered associate gives to each client that provides information about
the licensee/registered associate and their practice.
Who must have a PDS?
Every applicant for licensure must submit a PDS as part of his or her application.
Every LPC, LMFT, and registered associate practicing in Oregon must have, maintain and distribute a PDS unless granted a waiver from the Board.
The Board must approve all PDSs.
Name, business address and telephone number (place or places of practice);
Philosophy and approach, including codes of ethics followed and list of the Client Bill of Rights;
Formal education and training, including name of highest degree, school, and major coursework;
Continuing education requirements (licensees only);
Supervision requirements and registered associate status, including name of supervisor (registered associates only);
Fee schedule a dollar amount or dollar range;
Name, address, phone number, email, and website address of the Board; and
A statement that additional information about licensee or registered associate is available on the Board’s website.