Pictured are a few of celebrating after our great day.
We're thrilled with the NC Psychology Board actions on November 7, 2019! The Board voted to approve the proposed rule change to end career-long supervision. The fight for independence is not over yet, but this is a huge step in the right direction.
Members of the Board were mostly supportive and agreed that there must be a path to independence.
Next up - the Rules Review Commission. The RRC will review the proposed changes to make sure they are consistent with NC statute. Our lawyers will be heavily involved in this step so your support is needed at this juncture. Please donate, become a member, buy a t-shirt - do what you can and encourage others to support this effort which benefits LPAs and most importantly, the citizens of NC.
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This is absolutely thrilling news! Keep up the good fight!!!!
Thank you so much for your hard work and perseverance!! This is wonderful news.
thank you! We are thrilled. Pass the word – encourage others to help if you can.
thank you Connie! This effort is built on the foundation that you and your cohort worked on previously.
I have been so happy to follow your progress on the road to independence!
As a psychologist who supervises LPAs I would like to write a letter of support for the acceptance of the newly Board approved path to independence.
Who should I write the letter to?
Is it too late?
Thank you for your support. The official period for public commentary on the proposed rules has closed, however, you are free to express your views to the NC Psychology Board (email@example.com). Aside from that, the next step is that the proposed rules will be forwarded to the NC Rules Review Commission (RRC) for an assessment to make sure that the rules are consistent with NC statute. We will be contacting people to express their support at that meeting for certain. We are anticipating this to occur sometime between February and April. We will post updates as we get them. Thanks again! Please encourage your friends and colleagues to donate to this effort toward our successful effort to improve access to psychological services across NC.