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The Changing Landscape for Licensed Professionals and the Discipline Process in New Hampshire

When:
Friday, June 11, 2021, 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
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The Changing Landscape for Licensed Professionals and the Discipline Process in New Hampshire
We will cover the significant changes taking place due to the reorganization of the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification, in the discipline process, the elimination of the Administrative Prosecution Unit from the NH Department of Justice, the effort to provide more due process to professionals, the new staffing changes, how the rules may change, and what this will mean for any professional charged with misconduct and a violation of the administrative rules.

Licensed in both Maine and New Hampshire, Jack P. Crisp, Jr. is a seasoned and well-rounded attorney with over four decades of legal experience. With a particular focus in the areas of commercial law & litigation, professional licensing, estate planning & probate administration, and family law, Jack offers each client a comprehensive approach to his or her legal issue.  In fact, in his over 38 years of practice, Jack has represented a multitude of different clients, including without limitation, municipalities, businesses of all types and sizes, financial institutions, developers, licensed professionals, individuals, and families.  Due to his extensive background, Jack firmly believes his litigation experience in commercial, probate and family matters provides important insights when forming new companies, handling the acquisition, sale or financing of business enterprises or planning estates and advising families who are in conflict.

Areas of Practice: Commercial Law & Litigation, Professional Licensing, Estate Planning & Probate, Family Law


For the past few years, Sara has focused her practice on family law matters such as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, divorce, post-divorce, parenting, guardianship of minors, restraining orders, and adoption.  Since joining The Crisp Law Firm, Sara has expanded her practice to include estate planning and business-related transactions and disputes.  Sara considers herself an empathetic person, but also a careful and pragmatist individual searching for practical solutions.  Sara enjoys assisting individuals and families navigate through the Court system during what can be difficult times. 

Areas of Practice:  Professional Licensing, Estate Planning and Administration, Family Law


Contact Seth Wizwer at president@nhmhca.org

CE Statement

This is a 3 credit CE presentation to all licensed mental health clinicians in New Hampshire. This includes LCMHCs, LICSWs, LPCs, MFTs, and Psychologists.

New Hampshire Mental Health Counselors Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2067. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NHMHCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.