By law, the Mississippi Board of Psychology regulates the practice of psychology to “safeguard life, health, property, and the public welfare” of the citizens of Mississippi. The Board strives to prevent the “unauthorized, unqualified, and improper applications of psychology” by examining education and training credentials, administering examinations for minimal competency to practice, requiring continuing professional education, investigating practice complaints, and enacting penalties for violations of practice standards or ethical principles.
TITLE 73. PROFESSIONS AND VOCATIONS - CHAPTER 31. PSYCHOLOGISTS
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The link below will take you to the LexisNexis web page that has all the Mississippi Code documents. Scroll down the page to Title 73 and click the plus sign. Then scroll down to Chapter 31 and click the plus sign. You will see a list of the sections with a description of each. (73-31-1 thru 73-31-31) Click the description to be taken to that section in Chapter 31. Once you are on the selected section there will be a tab on the left side of the page with the Table of Contents for the other sections.
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