Louisiana State Board

Providing the public with information regarding the practice of psychology within Louisiana.

LSBEP ELECTIONS HAVE OPENED!

(LSBEP Term 2017-2022)

Elections have opened for the LSBEP vacant seat occurring July 1, 2017.  Every licensed psychologist should have received an email from SimplyVoting: vote@simplyvoting.com with instructions on how to cast your secure vote.  The links below are the Self-Nomination forms submitted by the candidates running.

A current email is required to receive your electronic ballot.  Elections will close at midnight on February 23, 2017.  If you did not receive your electronic ballot or are having trouble using this system, please contact Jaime Monic at jaime.monic@la.gov

 

2017 RULE MAKING

Dear LSBEP Licensee,
The Louisiana State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (LSBEP) intends to begin rule making as follows:
    1. Supervision requirements for licensure of Licensed Psychologists and Licensed Specialists in School Psychology (LAC 46:LXIII. Chapters 7 and 33)
    2. Fees (License and Administrative)  (LAC 46:LXIII. Chapter 6)
    3. Ethics (LAC 46:LXIII. Chapters 13)
The Board will take into consider your written comments/concerns prior to the publication of the attached rules in the La Register if submitted no later than 4 p.m. on February 9, 2017.  You may email your comments to Jaime Monic at jaime.monic@la.gov or mail your comments to 8706 Jefferson Highway, Suite B, Baton Rouge, LA  70809.

Mission Statement: To safeguard life, health, property, and the public welfare, and in order to protect the people of this state against unauthorized, unqualified and improper application of psychology.

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Candidates who were invited to take the EPPP between 2/1/2015 and 11/30/2015. Please visit the following link for important information regarding Pearson Credential Manager System: Pearson link

As of August 1, 2014, the LSBEP will license 3 levels of professionals: Licensed Psychologist, Provisionally Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Specialists in School Psychology.

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