Defending Licensed Psychologists Practicing In Minnesota
Practicing as a licensed psychologist is professionally demanding. It takes a substantial financial investment to obtain your license and keep it current, as well as thousands of hours of time spent building your career and client base. When allegations threaten your license, your entire investment is at risk. It can feel overwhelming and terrifying.
At the Law Office of Sivertson and Barrette, P.A., we understand what you are going through. Located in St. Paul, our law firm is dedicated to defending the professional licenses of psychologists throughout the state of Minnesota.
We defend psychologists before the Minnesota Board of Psychology. We help psychologists fight many disciplinary and corrective actions, including:
- Improper case documentation
- Fraud and improper billing
- Sexual or personal relationships with patients
- Chemical dependency
- Emotional and mental health issues
If you have been accused of misconduct — even if you know the allegations are not true — it is critical you take the matter seriously. Do not try to handle matters on your own. Reach out to our law firm as soon as possible. We can guide you through the process, helping to protect your rights and your professional license at all stages of the investigation.
Choosing to handle matters without legal representation can lead to serious missteps that are impossible to correct at a later date. Professionals sometimes see their words twisted and used against them at professional licensing hearings. Statements they made in anger, small oversights and clients’ words can be misconstrued. They can lead to temporary suspension from practice or even the loss of your license altogether. They must be taken seriously.
Call For A Free And Confidential Consultation With A Lawyer
For your free consultation with an attorney at our St. Paul law firm, call the Law Office of Sivertson and Barrette, P.A., at 651-964-6301 or toll free at 800-563-3094. You can also send us a message using the online form. Consultations are confidential. Your employer will not know you called.