Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 29. Licensed Professional Counselors
Section 220. Disclosure Statement.
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AS 08.29.220. Disclosure Statement.

A client may not be charged a fee for professional counseling services unless, before the performance of the services, the client was furnished a copy of a professional disclosure statement that contained

(1) the name, title, business address, and business telephone number of the professional counselor;

(2) a description of the formal professional education of the professional counselor, including the institutions attended and the degrees received from them;

(3) the professional counselor's areas of specialization and the services available;

(4) the professional counselor's fee schedule listed by type of service or hourly rate;

(5) at the bottom of the first page of the statement, the following sentence: "This information is required by the Board of Professional Counselors which regulates all licensed professional counselors," followed by the name, address, and telephone number of the board's office.

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