148.908 Licensed psychological practitioner.
Subdivision 1. Scope of practice. A licensed psychological practitioner shall practice only under supervision that satisfies the requirements of section 148.925 and while employed by either a licensed psychologist or a health care or social service agency which employs or contracts with a supervising licensed psychologist who shares clinical responsibility for the care provided by the licensed psychological practitioner.
Subd. 2. Requirements for licensure as a licensed psychological practitioner. To become licensed by the board as a licensed psychological practitioner, an applicant shall comply with the following requirements:
(1) pass an examination in psychology;
(2) pass a professional responsibility examination on the practice of psychology;
(3) pass any other examinations as required by board rules;
(4) pay nonrefundable fees to the board for applications, processing, testing, renewals, and materials;
(5) have attained the age of majority, be of good moral character, and have no unresolved disciplinary action or complaints pending in the state of Minnesota or any other jurisdiction; and
(6) have earned a doctoral or master's degree or the equivalent of a master's degree in a doctoral program with a major in psychology from a regionally accredited educational institution meeting the standards the board has established by rule.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes