Oregon Board of Psychology

Present Duties

Morrow Crane Building
The Morrow Crane Building in Salem houses the leased central offices of the Oregon Board of Psychology. (Oregon State Archives Photo)
The Oregon Board of Psychology was created in 1963 to protect Oregon consumers of psychological services. The board determines if individuals meet the initial and continuing education, training and examination standards for licensure and issues new and re­newal licenses to those who are qualified. The board develops policies and standards for professional practice and enforces disciplinary action against psychologists, psychologist associates and residents who engage in misconduct or are incompetent. It also issues civil penalties to individuals practicing in Oregon without a license or engaging in misrepresentation. The nine members of the board are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate for three-year terms.

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Contact Information

Mailing Address: 3218 Pringle Rd. SE, Suite 130, Salem 97302-6309
Telephone: 503-378-4154
Fax: 503-378-1904
Contact: Charles Hill, Executive Director
Administrative Rules Coordinator Email: LaRee Felton
Records Officer Email: Charles Hill
Staff Directory from Oregon.gov
Location Map: by Google Maps

Legal and Legislative Information

Statutory Authority: ORS 675.010–675.150
Budget Analysis - by Legislative Fiscal Office
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