The Minnesota Board of Psychology is one of the Health-Related Licensing Boards, a regulatory state agency charged with protecting the public through licensure, regulation, and education for the practice of psychology within the State of Minnesota. It is comprised of eleven members, including three public members and eight professional members. Board members apply through the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State and are appointed by the Office of the Governor. Board members serve for a four-year term, but not more than two terms. Board member positions are voluntary positions, eligible for a minimal per diem compensation and expense reimbursement, most Board members continue to provide services and hold full-time employment while serving on the Board.
Please visit the Secretary of State's website for application information.