Receiving notice that a complaint has been initiated against your license with the South Carolina Board of Psychology is unnerving. Receiving notice of a pending complaint does not mean that you have done anything wrong or that you have violated the governing practice act. If your license is under investigation, you need an an attorney experienced in dealing with the LLR administrative process. Our statewide professional licensing team has handled hundreds of LLR related matters and we are here to help.
Common Psychology Board Complaints Include:
Regardless of the nature of the accusation, we are here to help guide you through the LLR administrative process and to represent you in the event that an appearance before the Board of Psychology is required.
We also routinely assist clients referred to the Recovering Professional Program (RPP) through the intake, assessment, and monitoring process.
If you have been contacted by an investigator with the Board of Psychology, your defense begins at the investigative stage.
You have the right to retain an attorney to represent you and to advocate on your behalf.
Don’t make the mistake of speaking with, or providing a statement to, an LLR investigator without first consulting an attorney.
The statement you submit to the assigned LLR investigator will become part of your LLR investigative file and may ultimately influence the outcome of your case. It is critical to draft and submit a thorough, well planned defense. You have the right to have an attorney draft a statement on your behalf. We routinely work with clients to review available patient records and evidence, and draft a statement on our client’s behalf. Our team has decades of experience defending healthcare practitioners. Our experience will prove valuable to your psychology board complaint.