Psychology Patients' Bill of Rights


Patients of psychologists licensed by the state of Minnesota have the right:

  • to expect the psychologist is qualified by training and experience as required by the state law.
  • to read the public records kept by the board of psychology. These records contain the credentials of a psychologist
  • to be told the cost of services before receiving the service
  • to privacy as defined by the rule and law
  • to be free from discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, or other unlawful category while receiving services
  • to have access their own records as stated in subpart 1a of the rules of conduct and Minnesota Statutes, section 144.355, subdivision2
  • to never be exploited for the benefit or advantage of their psychologist
  • to obtain a copy of the rules of conduct from:

State Register and Public Documents Division

Dept of Administration

117 University Ave

St. Paul, MN 55155

  • to report complaints to:

Board of Psychology

2700 University Ave, West, Suite 101

St. Paul, MN 55114