MOTA Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get a license to practice OT in Missouri?
A: The Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy issues licenses. Please contact MBOT for an application.
You may also our License Info page for an overview.
A: MOTA membership must be renewed yearly. Our membership year runs June 2006-June 2007.
Membership applications are mailed to all Missouri Occupational Therapy practitioners every June. However, you may join MOTA at any time. Click here to download an application, or contact our business consultant to have an application mailed to you.
You may contact our
business consultant Rich Helfrich to find out if your membership is
A: Please contact the Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy for licensure questions: http://pr.mo.gov/octherapy.asp.
A: You must complete 24 Continuing Competency Units during each 2-year licensure period.
Please contact the Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy for details on how to earn and document CCUs.
You may also see our Continuing Education and Competency page.
A: No. Please contact the Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy if you are unsure of a course's eligibility for CCUs.
A: A membership directory is distributed to all MOTA members each fall at conference.
You may also contact Rich Helfrich for a directory.
A: Please contact Rich Helfrich to make changes to your information in the MOTA directory.
A: Yes! Our job and continuing education bulletin boards are open to all 3000+ Missouri Occupational Therapy practitioners. An ad posted here can be viewed by potential employees / attendees state-wide.
The fee to post an ad is $150 per 3 months. You may update your ad as often needed if the position(s) or course(s) available change.
Contact Jaclyn Tarloff at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your ad.
A: Fall conference will be held at Saint Louis University on November 4-5. More information will be added as it becomes available.
A: There are several Occupational Therapy programs in Missouri. Please see our schools page for links to each school.
The American Occupational Therapy Association is a great resource for learning about career opportunities and schools throughout the U.S.: www.aota.org
Feel free to contact us.