People who were previously certified may want to pursue reactivation.
When a person has been reactivated after prior loss of the certification, ABIH will send a letter to the Diplomate and publish a public notice on the ABIH web site.
It is ABIH policy that an individual’s original certification number will not be reassigned.
|If you decertified||And you want to reactivate||You may do so by|
|For any reason except an ethics sanction||At any time||Examination* if you:
|By Voluntary Surrender||Before your cycle ends||
|< 5 months after your cycle ends||
|> 5 months after your cycle ends||
|By failing to submit an acceptable worksheet||< 12 months after the end of the cycle||
|Failing to pay annual fees||Before your cycle ends||
|After the cycle ends||
* Since the Aspects and CAIH examinations have been discontinued, reactivation by exam is not available. These Diplomates must qualify to take the Comprehensive Practice examination by providing a Re-application form, Supervisor's PRQ covering the last 2 years, and pay the fees (re-application fee and the examination) in effect at the time of the request.