|(a) The Behavior Analyst Advisory Board shall be appointed
under and governed by the Act and this section. The advisory board
is established under the authority of Occupations Code, §506.101.
(b) The advisory board is subject to Government Code,
Chapter 2110, concerning state agency advisory boards.
(c) The advisory board shall be composed of nine members
appointed by the presiding officer of the commission with the approval
of the commission. The composition of the advisory board shall include:
(1) four licensed behavior analysts, at least one of
whom must be certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst--Doctoral
or hold an equivalent certification issued by the certifying entity;
(2) one licensed assistant behavior analyst;
(3) one physician who has experience providing mental
health or behavioral health services; and
(4) three members who represent the public and who
are either former recipients of applied behavior analysis services
or the parent or guardian of a current or former recipient of applied
behavior analysis services.
(d) To be qualified for appointment to the advisory
board in the position of licensed behavior analyst, a person must
have at least five years of experience as a licensed behavior analyst
after being certified by the certifying entity.