OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS
MENTAL HEALTH PRACTICE
330-A:4 Committees Established; Duties.
I. The board may create an advisory committee for each mental health discipline it licenses for the purpose of assisting the board in its responsibilities under RSA 330-A:10, II, and RSA 330-A:10, VII-XV. The board member of each mental health discipline shall serve as the chair of that advisory committee. The balance of the membership of each of the advisory committees shall be composed of at least 2 persons and no more than 4 persons licensed in the mental health discipline of that committee.
I-a. The board may create a professional conduct investigation committee for the purpose of assisting the board in its responsibilities under RSA 330-A:28 and RSA 330-A:29. A board investigator, appointed by the chairperson of the board with the advice of the board, shall serve as the chair of the professional conduct investigation committee. The balance of the membership of the professional conduct investigation committee shall be composed of one licensed clinical social worker, one licensed clinical mental health counselor, and additional members from the professions licensed by the board to a maximum of 12 members.
II. Committee members other than the chair shall be appointed by the board and shall serve at the pleasure of the board for no more than 2 consecutive, 3-year terms.
III. The board shall not form any standing committees other than those specified in this chapter.
Source. 1998, 234:1. 2006, 168:2. 2010, 244:4. 2012, 233:4, eff. July 1, 2013. 2021, 197:79, eff. July 1, 2021.