Mental Health Professionals License Defense Lawyer California

LICENSE DEFENSE ATTORNEY DEFENDING PSYCHOLOGISTS, LMFTS, PCCS, LCSWS AND OTHER MENTAL HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS BEFORE THE BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THE BOARD OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Becoming a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Social Worker takes dedication and commitment. You have helped countless others with emotional and mental health issues. So finding yourself in a position where you may potentially lose your license is overwhelming. Your practice, reputation, career, and even your livelihood is in jeopardy. At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we understand the complexities of defending a professional’s license, and the difficulties that arise when working in the Mental Healthcare Field.  Whether your licensing problem arises from an Accusation filed by your Licensing Board, an ethics complaint, or even a criminal matter we can assist you in protecting your interests.

The various Mental Healthcare Licensing Boards have established Enforcement Units to investigate reported criminal and administrative violations If you are contacted by a Board Investigator, please contact our office at (619) 237-6130 to discuss you matter with an experienced licensing defense attorney. For more information regarding your respective Board’s Disciplinary Guidelines please review the following links:

  • The California Board of Psychology monitors and regulates licensed Psychologists.
  • The Board of Behavioral Sciences is responsible for consumer protection through the regulation of Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT); License Clinical Social Workers (LCSW); License Educational Psychologists (LEP); Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC); MFT Interns (MFTi); Associate Clinical Social Workers (ASW); and Professional Clinical Counselor Interns (PCCi) in the State of California.

Experienced California Mental Health License Defense Attorney On Your Side

At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we have represented Mental Health Professionals throughout California. We have defended professionals facing disciplinary action(s) against their license for the following issues:

  • Negligent Quality of Care
  • Non-Therapeutic Prescribing
  • Boundary Violations
  • Inadequate Maintenance of Patient Charts & Records
  • Chemical Dependency
  • Criminal Arrests, Charges or Convictions
  • Unprofessional Conduct

We have defended mental health professionals while their license is under investigation, at the initial proceedings, after an Accusation has been filed, and through a contested hearing. At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer we are committed to ensuring that you understand the process, your exposure, and the steps necessary to protect your interests. To learn more about your rights, please contact our office at (619) 237-6130.