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New Proposed Rules

Request for comments - Deadline: December 24, 2015 at 4:30 P.M.

Dear Stakeholder,

The Minnesota Board of Psychology (Board) is seeking your input on a draft of new administrative rules that would impact the licensure process for obtaining a Licensed Psychologist (LP) license in the State of Minnesota.

The Board is considering adopting two different rules. The first proposed rule limits the number of times an applicant can be admitted to the national examination for licensure known as the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). The second proposed rule establishes requirements before an applicant for licensure is permitted to begin a postdoctoral supervised employment experience in Minnesota.

The following are included with this invitation to provide comments on the Board’s proposed rules:

1. A copy of the official Request for Comments which was published in the State Register on October 26, 2015; and

2. A copy of the proposed rules (Revisors Draft RD4329).

As you read the proposed rules draft any language that is stricken in the draft is language that the Board is proposing to remove from the existing rule. Any language that is underlined in the proposed draft is language the Board is proposing to add to the existing rule.

You can provide your written feedback on these rules in several ways:

1. Submit your comments using our electronic form.

2. E-mail your written comments to: psychology.board@state.mn.us

3. Mail your written comments to:

Minnesota Board of Psychology

ATTN: Request for Comments, Angelina M. Barnes

2829 University Avenue SE, Suite 320

Minneapolis, MN 55414

Please note that ALL public comments related to the proposed rules RD4329 must be received on or before December 24, 2015 by 4:30 p.m.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Angelina M. Barnes, Esq., Executive Director at: Angelina.barnes@state.mn.us or 612.617.2230.


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