To practice psychology in North Carolina
for up to five days in a calendar year, a psychologist who is not a resident of
North Carolina shall submit the following information to the Board five
business days prior to the psychologist engaging in the practice of psychology
in North Carolina:
(1) a written statement
from a jurisdiction verifying that the psychologist's license is in good
standing, that there is no pending disciplinary action against the license, and
describing any supervision requirements under which the individual practices in
(2) a signed or
digitally signed supervision statement from non-resident psychologist showing
compliance with Paragraph (b) of this Rule; and
(3) a written report from the psychologist
who is not a resident of North Carolina describing his or her intended practice
in North Carolina and, if applicable, the name of the North Carolina
psychologist(s) with whom he or she will be associating.
Supervision shall be provided at the same
level as that which is required for the psychologist who is not a resident of
North Carolina in the jurisdiction verifying licensure in Subparagraph (a)(1)
of this Rule by a North Carolina permanently licensed psychologist or licensed
psychological associate who meets the requirements of
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The Board shall waive the five day notice period specified in Paragraph (a) of
this Rule for licensed psychologists or licensed psychological associates who
are not residents of North Carolina and are placed in North Carolina by the
American Red Cross due to a disaster.
(d) This Rule applies only to the practice of
psychology when the psychologist or client/patient are physically located in
21 N.C. Admin.
Code 54 .1610
September 1, 1996.
Carolina Register Volume 34, Issue 21, May 1, 2020 effective