Dear Colleagues and Friends,
We are on the agenda to meet with the North Carolina Psychology Board regarding the petition to end career long supervision for Licensed Psychological Associates (LPA). Several of the petitioners and our attorneys will be presenting on the impact of restrictions on the LPA license, including professional disparity, limitations, and obtaining mental health services in North Carolina.
This meeting is OPEN to the public
NCAPP members, LPAs, family, and friends are all encouraged to attend
NOVEMBER 15. TIME AND LOCATION TO FOLLOW
The petitioners and NCAPP have been working to end career-long supervision in coordination with our legal team of Everett Gaskins Hancock LLP.
Please donate toward the costs associated with this effort at: