OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS
329-B:15 Psychologist License.
I. The board shall issue a psychologist license to any person who:
(a) Has passed a satisfactory examination in psychology.
(b) Has received the doctoral degree based on a program of studies, the content of which was primarily psychological, from a regionally accredited educational institution having a graduate program, or its substantial equivalent in both subject matter and extent of training.
(c) Has had at least 2 years of satisfactory, supervised experience in the field of psychology.
(d) Is of good professional character.
(e) Has paid all fees established and collected by the board.
(f) Has submitted a complete set of fingerprints and a criminal history records release form in accordance with RSA 329-B:14-a.
II. Examinations for applicants under this chapter shall be held by the board at least once each year. The board shall determine the subject and scope of the examination, which may be written, oral, or both. If an applicant fails the first examination, the applicant may be admitted to a subsequent examination upon the payment of an additional fee in the amount established by the board.
Source. 2012, 233:1, eff. July 1, 2013. 2017, 192:6, eff. July 1, 2017. 2018, 318:25, eff. Aug. 24, 2018.