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Department of Public Safety Notice:
In an effort to identify critical steps that build capacity to effectively link
victims and mental health services, the Governorís Crime Commission invites psychologists
to participate in a survey that will help determine how best to partner with the
mental health community toward the common goal of serving victims. To learn
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Welcome to the North Carolina Psychology Board Home Page
The North Carolina Psychology Board was created in
1967 to carry out provisions of the North Carolina Psychology Practice
Act. The Boardís mission is to protect the public from the practice of
psychology by unqualified persons and from unprofessional conduct by
persons licensed to practice psychology. The Board is comprised of seven
members appointed by the Governor to staggered terms of three years. At
all times, three members are licensed psychologists, two members are
licensed psychological associates, and two members are members of the
public who are not licensed under the Act.
information provided by the North Carolina Psychology Board on this web
site is made available to provide immediate access for the convenience of
interested persons. While the Board believes the information to be
reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility, as does delay
in the posting or updating of information. Therefore, the Board makes no
guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, currency, or for
any errors or omissions, or for the use or results obtained from the use
of this information. All access to and use of this web site is governed by
the Disclaimers as set forth by the North Carolina Psychology Board.