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AlabamaPsychologisthttp://psychology.alabama.gov/PDF/Psych%20Info%20Brochure%20July%202017.pdf750-X-2-.04 Doctoral Degree From Department Or School Of Psychology.All applicants (see Rule 750-X-2.08 below for certain exceptions) shall have a doctoral degree from a department of or school of psychology as definedherein. Departments or schools which have programs fully or provisionally accredited by the American PsychologicalAssociation at the time the applicant graduated will be recognized as meeting the Board’s definition of a departmentor school of psychology, and applicants who graduated from these APA accredited programs will be considered to havemet the Board’s educational requirements.Alabama Board of Examiners in PsychologyMeets requirements3.26.20BrookeYes
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AlaskaPsychologisthttps://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/portals/5/pub/psy4113.pdfWas your graduate program accredited by the American PsychologicalAssociation (APA) (either full or provisional) at the time of graduation? If answer to number 1 is “no” or “unsure” answer question 2 (a-h)The Board of Psychologist and Psychological Associate ExaminersMeets requirements3.26.20BrookeYes
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Arizona Psychologisthttps://psychboard.az.gov/sites/default/files/documents/files/PsychAppExamLic%26Temp82019.pdf.3."Core Program Requirements" form (If you did not graduate from an APA accredited doctoral program) (PAGE 1)Arizona Board of Psychologist ExaminersMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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ArkansasPsychologisthttps://www.psychologyboard.arkansas.gov/applicants-new-licensesApplicants must have Graduate level course work consisting of three (3) semester hours (5 quarter hours) with a grade of a “B” or above in seven (7) of the areas listed below. If courses taught outside of a department of psychology are used to satisfy this requirement, then the courses must have been taught by a qualified Psychologist as defined in Section 2.2.A of the Rules and Regulations. From the Arkansas Psychology Board Rules and Regulations:2.2.A.Qualified Psychologist. Is not a legal tile, but an individual holding a doctorate who meets at least one of the following criteria:2.2.A.(1) Is a licensed Psychologist2.2.A.(2)
Is an instructor of statistics/research design in a graduate department of psychology and holds a joint appointment in another department.2.2.A.(3) Possesses a documented doctoral degree in psychology. Core Areas Include:Behavior DeviationBehavior Theory or Techniques of Behavior ModificationCounseling and Psychotherapy Theory and TechniquesDevelopmental PsychologyEthics and Professional IssuesIndividual Personality AppraisalIndividual TestingIndustrial/Organizational PsychologyLearningPersonality TheoriesPhysiological Psychology or Sensation and/or PerceptionResearch DesignSocial PsychologyStatistics
Arkanasas Psychology BoardUnsure if requirements met3.27.20BrookeYes
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CaliforniaPsychologisthttps://www.psychology.ca.gov/forms_pubs/application.pdfA doctorate degree in psychology, educational psychology, or in education with a field of specialization in counseling psychology or educational psychology earned at an accredited or approved educational institution pursuant to section 2914 of the Business and Professions Code.
California specific PRE-LICENSURE COURSES: Human Sexuality (10 hours); Alcohol/Chemical Dependency Detection and Treatment (15 hours); Child Abuse Assessment (7 hours); Spousal or Partner Abuse Assessment, Detection, and Intervention Strategies (2 hours); Aging and Long-Term Care (10 hours); Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention (6 hours)
California Board of PsychologyUnable to determine if requirements met (state specific coursework required)3.27.20BrookeYes
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ColoradoPsychologisthttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzKoVwvexVATNTRyT3lGZDhvZTg/viewTo obtain a license as a psychologist by EXAMINATION, you must:  Provide your official transcript(s): You must provide *official transcript(s) demonstrating your doctoral degree from a program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to the Office of
Licensing – PSY Licensure (dora_dpo_mentalhealthlicensing@state.co.us OR 1560 Broadway, Suite 1350, Denver, CO 80202). (PAGE 3)
Colorado State Board of Psychologist ExaminersMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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ConnecticutPsychologisthttps://portal.ct.gov/-/media/Departments-and-Agencies/DPH/dph/practitioner_licensing_and_investigations/plis/psychology/Psychregspdf.pdf?la=enSec. 20-188-2. Doctoral Educational Standards for Connecticut Psychology Licensure (a) A program holding accreditation by the American Psychological Association shall constitute an approved doctoral educational program in psychology for Connecticut psychology licensure, pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes, Sections 20-188 and 20-189.Connecticut State Department of Public Health Meets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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DelawarePsychologisthttps://dprfiles.delaware.gov/psychology/Psychologist_Application_by_Exam.pdfIf your program is neither APA-accredited nor PCSAS-accredited, arrange for the Board office to receive the following to assist the Board in evaluating the program: Course descriptions (such as the course catalog) Completed Evaluation of Courseworkform This documentation is required in addition tothe official transcript. It must show that your program meets the criteria in Sections 6.1.1.2.1 - 6.1.1.2.10.4 of the Board’s Rules and Regulations. (PAGE 2)Delaware Board of Examiners of PsychologistsMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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FloridaPsychologisthttps://floridaspsychology.gov/licensing/psychologist-licensure-by-examination/EDUCATION: U.S. Trained Applicants: Submission of your official doctoral level (Ph.D., Psy.D. or Ed.D) transcript in psychology as proof of graduation
from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). A list of accredited programs is available on the APA’s website at https://www.accreditation.apa.org/accredited-programs. Please
reference Sections 490.003 and 490.005, Florida Statutes, for further information. Currently, the APA is the only “programmatic” accrediting agency approved by the U.S. Department of Education for doctoral level
psychology programs.
Florida Board of PsychologyMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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GeorgiaPsychologisthttps://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/44/faqWith the exception of international and industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology applicants, all applicants by examination are required to have doctoral degrees from programs that were accredited by APA at the time the degree was conferred. All applicants by endorsement must be currently licensed psychologists, with unencumbered licensure status, in another state(s) or jurisdiction(s) in which the standards for licensure are substantially equal to or greater than those of Georgia. Additionally, all applicants (except I/O and international applicants) must have met all of the core course requirements of the APA Commission on Accreditation as well as meet the residency requirements as defined in Board Rule 510-2-.04Georgia Board of Examiners of PsychologistsMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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HawaiiPsychologisthttps://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/files/2020/09/Require-App-for-Psychologist_03.20R.pdfHold a doctoral degree in psychology or educational psychology from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or a doctoral degree from an American Psychological Association (APA) approved program in clinical psychology. Have a minimum of 6 or more graduate semester hours (or 9 graduate quarter hours) in each of the following areas: 1)Biological bases of behavior; physiological psychology, comparative psychology, neuropsychology,sensation and perception, psychopharmacology. 2)Cognitive-affective bases of behavior; learning, thinking, motivation, emotion. 3)Social bases of behavior; social psychology, group processes, organizational and systems theory,community psychology.4)Individual differences; personality theory, human development, abnormal psychology.5)Psychodiagnosis and individual assessment; intellectual, personality and behavioral assessment.6)Therapy; child or adult intervention or both. (PAGE 1)Hawaii Board of PsychologyMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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IdahoPsychologisthttps://ibol.idaho.gov/IBOL/PSY/Forms/PSY%20Application.pdfADDENDUM 1: Please list below the graduate courses you completed which correspond to the basic education in psychology and check the appropriate box for either semester or quarter hours (see Rule 500.08). (Type or print only) *Does not need to be filled out if the Program is APA approved. See Rule 500. ** Minimal competence is demonstrated by passing a three (3) credit semester graduate course (or a five (5) credit quarter graduate course) in each of the substantive areas listed below. (PAGE 6)Idaho Board of Psychologist ExaminersMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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IllinoisPsychologisthttps://www.idfpr.com/renewals/apply/FORMS/083106FactSheetNewGraduatesinPsychology.pdfIndividuals who have graduated from an APA approved program, program approved by the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation or who have graduated from a psychology program recognized by The Department are required to document one year of supervised post­doctoral experience prior to applying for licensure. Individuals holding a doctorate in psychology whose program does not meet the above requirements, but meet the requirements of The Act will need to document additional supervised practice some of which may need to be post­doctoral in nature. This fact sheet is written with the presumption that you will need to document one year of postdoctoral experience. (PAGE 1)Illinois Department of Financial and Professional RegulationMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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IndianaPsychologisthttps://www.in.gov/pla/files/initial%20application%20checklist%202017-5.pdfTranscripts showing conferment of a doctoral degree and program (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) must be receiveddirectly from the institution. Internships should be listed directly on the transcript. If the internship is not listed on the transcript, the program must provide a letter verifying the completion of the internship. APA or CPA approved programs do not require the “Coursework Information” section. Non-APA or CPA approved programs require the applicant to complete the “Coursework Information” section of the application and provide documentation of the subject areas claimed in the four areas including syllabi and coursework descriptions.Indiana State Psychology BoardMeets requirements3.27.20BrookeYes
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IowaPsychologisthttps://idph.iowa.gov/Portals/1/userfiles/26/PSY/Psychology.pdfEducational Requirements:  Official transcripts conferring a doctoral degree in psychology from an institution accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools or an equivalent accrediting association or entity in other regions of the U.S., sent directly to the Board office from the college or university. Note: The psychology program from which the doctoral degree was received must be one of the following:  Accredited by the American Psychological Association,Iowa Board of PsychologyMeets requirementsMarch 26, 2020Ramona MellottYes
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KansasPsychologisthttps://ksbsrb.ks.gov/docs/default-source/forms/psychologists/application-packet.pdf?sfvrsn=89f08885_10EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTSThe educational requirements for psychology licensure are contained in K.S.A. 74-5310 (a) (3) and defined in K.A.R. 102-1-12. The board has adopted educational standards that are consistent with APA at the time your degree was conferred; the board will accept your education as satisfying the statutory requirement if you have graduated from an APA program and met the minimum 24 semester credit hour, or the academic equivalent, residency requirement.If you did notgraduate from an APA accredited program, it is your responsibility to demonstrate to the board that the program from which you graduated satisfies the current requirements set forth in K.A.R. 102-1-12. You will need to complete Attachment A-Education Worksheet and submit all supporting documentation listed on that from.For programs not accredited by the APA it may be between four to six months before a determination is made on your application. (PAGE 1)Kansas Behavioral Science Regulatory BoardMeets requirements3.29.30BrookeYes
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KentuckyPsychologisthttps://psy.ky.gov/Documents/Application%20for%20Licensure%20as%20a%20Psychologist.pdf1. Have a Ph.D., Ed.D., or Psy.D. degree from a regionally accredited educational institution with a clearly identified psychology program (i.e., identifiable psychology faculty, identifiable body of students, and a psychologist responsible for the integrated, organized sequence of study). COURSEWORK: Research Methodology, Statistics, Scientific and Professional Ethics and Standards, Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior, Social Bases of Behavior, Individual Differences, Biological Bases of Behavior, Psychopathology; Counseling Theories, Techniques, or Systems; Practicum in Counseling; Assessment of Intellectual, Personal, Social, and Vocational Functioning of the Individual; Practicum in Assessment; Theories of Career Counseling and Development. (PAGES 3-6) Kentucky Board of Examiners of PsychologyMeets requirements3.29.20BrookeYes
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LouisianaPsychologisthttp://www.lsbep.org/wp-content/uploads/Doctoral_Prog.pdfDoctoral ProgramThe following information is required for use in evaluating transcripts and course descriptions from non-APA approved programs. Please attach a certified copy of the catalog description of your doctoral program and course work, using the catalog from the same year of your attendance. If this is not available to you, then it will be necessary for you to have your department chair verify course content with this Board.Louisiana State Board of Examiners of PsychologistsMeets requirements3.29.20BrookeYes
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MainePsychologisthttps://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/sites/maine.gov.pfr.professionallicensing/files/inline-files/psy_needs_eppp.pdfOfficial, transcript from graduate program where qualifying degree was earned. (PAGE 2). There are no specific edcuational requirements other than a doctoral degree, with transcriptsMaine Board of Examiners of PsychologistsMeets requirements; additional internship requirements: APA/APPIC accredited3.29.20BrookeYes
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MarylandPsychologisthttps://health.maryland.gov/psych/pdfs/Application_for_licensure_Non_Practice.v1F.pdfCOURSEWORK: The information you provide on the above named applicant will be used to help determine if the candidate meets the requirements for licensure in Maryland. Please write a letter of support pertaining to the applicant’s professional education, professional supervised experience, competence, professional conduct, moral character, and any other information that the Psychology Board should consider. Your completed coversheet and letter of reference should be mailed directly to the Board at the address above. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING EXPERIENCE PRACTICE ORIENTED PROGRAMS ONLY INTERNSHIP**I attest that this Internship is APA, CPA and APPIC approved or part of an academic program that is approvedor designated by the APA, CPA, or Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register or includes an internship that is approved by the program's academic training/program directoras meeting its criteria for an internship (COMAR 10.3604-2 H). (PAGE 6)Maryland State Board of Examiners of PsychologistsUnsure if requirements met: doctoral coursework must be approved by board; additional internship requirements: APA/APPIC accredited. Students are generally required to completed APA/APPIC internships at NAU though they could choose to not do so (highly discouraged). All coursework listed is part of our Program of Study so that should not be a problem.3.30.20BrookeYes
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MassachusettsPsychologisthttps://www.mass.gov/doc/application-entire-packet/downloadDoctoral degree in psychology, including the following COURSEWORK: Ethics; History of Psychology; Research Design/Methods; Statistics/Psychometrics; Biological Basis of Behavior; Cognitive-Affective Basis of Behavior; Social Basis of Behavior; Indivdual Differences; Racial/ethnic Basis of Baehavior with a Focus on People of Color (PAGES 12-13)Massachusetts Board of Registration of PsychologistsMeets requirements3.29.20BrookeYes
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Michigan Psychologisthttps://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/Psychology_Endorsement_456377_7.pdf•You must graduate with a doctoral degree from an educational program that is accredited by either the AmericanPsychological Association (APA), the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), or that has obtained the NationalRegister designation from the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology and the Association ofState and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). This office must receive your final official transcript showing thedegree earned and the graduation date from your accredited school. (PAGE 4)Michigan Board of PsychologyMeets requirements3.30.20BrookeYes
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MinnesotaPsychologisthttps://mn.gov/boards/psychology/applicants/coursegrid/The Core Course Description is based on the Psychology Practice Act Educational Requirements found in Minnesota Rules 7200.1300. If your application is based on a doctoral degree earned from a program not accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Board's Application Review Committee (ARC) will audit the coursework upon which your doctoral degree was conferred. Your degree must meet the Educational Requirements in the Psychology Practice Act (Minnesota Rules 7200.1300), the ARC will make that determination using the following criteria as guidance:Minnesota Board of PsychologyMeets requirements3.30.20BrookeYes
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MississippiPsychologisthttps://www.psychologyboard.ms.gov/sites/psyboard/files/Psych%20Files/ApplicationRequirements.2020.pdfRULE 6.1: EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS.A.For the purposes of evaluation of educational programs, the Board will utilize the following criteria to determine if a program is a psychology program: 1.The program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA),(PAGE 12)Mississippi Board of PsychologyMeets requirements3.29.20BrookeYes
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MissouriPsychologisthttps://pr.mo.gov/boards/psychology/375-0332.pdfWas the doctorate degree program APA accredited?b. Yes No Was the program jointly designated by the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology andthe Association of State and Provincial Psychology BoardsIf you answered NO to 41a and 41b, you will need to complete the EDUCATIONAL DATA - DESCRIPTION OF COURSE WORK form. This form is located on the Committee’s web site, pr.mo.gov/psychologists. (PAGE 2)Missouri Division of of Professional Regulation: State Committee of PsychologistsMeets requirements3.30.20BrookeYes
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MontanaPsychologisthttp://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/psy#1?1Doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited college or university not approved by APA and has completed a formal graduate retraining program in clinical psychology approved by the APA. Inlcudes a post doc Montana Board of Psychologists Meets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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NebraskaPsychologisthttp://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Documents/PsychProvisionalApp.pdfA doctoral degree in psychology that is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or evidence to demonstrate equivalency to APA. • Completed a 1-year APA accredited internship or equivalentDepartment of Health and Human ServicesMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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NevadaPsychologisthttp://psyexam.nv.gov/Licensing/Required to have a doctorate degree from an APA accredited institution or equivalent (NAC 641.060
If program is not APA accredited responsibility falls to the applicant to prove equivalency. (NAC 641.061)

2 years of Supervision and Training. (NRS 641.170)
2000 in Pre-doctoral training. (NAC 641.080)
1750 in postdoctoral training. (NAC 641.080)

Passing score on EPPP. [Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology]
If passed for licensure in another state DO NOT need to retake for Nevada.
EPPP2 will be required for licensure by the Board upon activation by ASPPB

Passing score on Nevada State Exam.
All persons looking to be licensed as a psychologist in Nevada MUST PASS that state exam
Nevada Board of Psychological ExaminersMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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New HampshirePsychologisthttps://www.oplc.nh.gov/psychologists/If you earn a doctoral degree from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), it is automatically assumed to meet the Board’s requirements for doctoral programs. Otherwise, you will need to be able to provide documentation that your program met the requirements set forth by the Board.Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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New JerseyPsychologisthttps://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/psy/Pages/applications.aspxIn New Jersey, applicants for psychology licensure must have attended a psychology program that is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA)Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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New MexicoPsychologisthttp://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Psychologist_Examiners_FAQs.aspxApplicants must be a graduate of a doctoral program that is designated as a doctoral program in psychology by a nationally recognized designation system or that is accredited by a nationally recognized accreditation body and hold a degree with a major in clinical, counseling or school psychology from a university offering a full-time course of study in psychology.
"Designated as a doctoral program in psychology by a nationally recognized designation system" means listed as an approved doctoral program by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register Designation Project prior to the termination of that project on June 1, 2018.
New Mexico Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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New YorkPsychologisthttp://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/psych/psychlic.htmNew York psychologists must have a doctoral degree of either kind from a program registered by the Office of Professions as licensure qualifying or a program that the Department has determined to be a “substantial equivalent.” You can often find out if the university offers a program acceptable to the Office of Professions from the school’s course catalog. If you are not sure the program meets the requirements, contact the Office of Professions.Office of ProfessionsUnable to determine; NY board approves each individual program. Once the program is approved, then other students have it easier. Not sure the time frame of the approval.3/28/2020Yes
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North CarolinaPsychologisthttp://www.ncpsychologyboard.org/applications/application-for-licensure/To be licensed in North Carolina, you must have earned your degree from a program that is accredited by the APA or the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), or one with comparable requirementsNorth Carolina Psychology BoardMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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North DakotaPsychologisthttps://www.ndsbpe.org/application-for-licensureregistration.htmlEducation (a doctoral degree in psychology from an APA or CPA approved program (there are no other approved accrediting bodies),
Applied professional experience,
Written exam (EPPP),
Oral exam (as determined by the Board).
North Dakota State Board of Psychologist ExaminersMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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OhioPsychologisthttps://www.psychology.ohio.gov/Applicants/PsychologistQualifying degree transcript: Doctoral degree in psychology or school psychology from an institution accredited by one of the six regional entities under the American Council on EducationOhio State Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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OklahomaPsychologisthttps://www.ok.gov/psychology/Applicants/Become_a_Licensed_Psychologist/Requirements_for_Licensure/index.htmlThe doctoral program must be accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), and meet all of the following criteria:
The doctoral program, wherever it may be administratively housed, must be clearly identified and labeled as a psychology program. Such a program must specify in pertinent institutional catalogs and brochures its intent to educate and train psychologists.
The psychology program must stand as a recognizable coherent organizational entity within the institution.
There must be clear authority and primary responsibility for the core and specialty areas whether or not the program cuts across administrative lines.
The program must be an integrated, organized sequence of study.
The program must have an identifiable psychology faculty and a psychologist responsible for the program.
The program must have an identifiable body of students who are matriculated in that program for a degree.
Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/28/2020Yes
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OregonPsychologisthttps://www.oregon.gov/psychology/pages/Apply.aspxPsychologist- a degree in psychology from an accredited doctoral program. Board of PsychologyMeets Requirments3/29/2020Yes
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PennsylvaniaPsychologisthttps://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/Psychology/Documents/Applications%20and%20Forms/Non-Application%20Documents/PsychM%20-%20Psychology%20FAQs.pdfThe Board’s regulations require completion of a doctoral program that
is either accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or
the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) or is designated by the
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
(ASPPB)/National Register Designation Project*. Listings of
accredited/designated doctoral programs can be found at the following
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Pennsylvania State Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirments3/29/2020Yes
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Rhode IslandPsychologisthttps://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=241To become licensed as a psychologist in Rhode Island, you will need to earn your doctoral degree from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or one that provides training commensurate with APA’s standardsBoard of PsychologyMeets Requirments3/29/2020Yes
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South CarolinaPsychologisthttps://llr.sc.gov/psych/Degrees must be earned from an institution with regional accreditation and through a program with national accreditation. Board of Examiners in PsychologyMeets Requirements3/29/2020Yes
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South DakotaPsychologisthttps://dss.sd.gov/licensingboards/psych/licensing.aspx
(1) Has a doctoral degree from a regionally accredited university or professional school of psychology, or is recognized by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada as a member in good standing;
South Dakota Board of Examiners in PsychologyMeets Requirements3/29/2020Yes
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TennesseePsychologisthttps://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/health-professional-boards/psychology-board/psych-board/licensure.htmlIn Tennessee, an applicant for psychology licensure must have received their degree from a doctoral program that is either American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited or has been designated as an approved program by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). Applicants who are seeking designation as a Health Service Provider (HSP) must have attended a clinical, counseling, school, or combined doctoral program.Board of examiners in PsychologyMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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TexasProvisional Psychologisthttps://www.tsbep.texas.gov/how-to-become-licensedRequires a doctoral degree in psychology.
Requires passage of the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology.
Requires passage of the Jurisprudence Examination
Board of examiners in PsychologyMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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UtahPsychologisthttps://dopl.utah.gov/psych/index.htmlAn acceptable doctoral degree in psychology may be either a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in psychology that is regionally accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).Divison of Occupational and Professional LicensingMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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VermontPsychologisthttps://sos.vermont.gov/psychological-examiners/statutes-rules-resources/ Vermont requires that the doctoral program be approved by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards and the National Register of Health Service Provides in Psychology or accredited by the APA.Office of Professional RegulationMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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VirginiaPsychologisthttps://www.dhp.virginia.gov/psychology/psychology_laws_regs.htmThe PhD or PsyD program should be accredited by the by the APA or meet the Virginia Psychology Board standardsVirgina Board of PsychologistsMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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WashingtonPsychologisthttps://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/Psychologist/LicenseRequirementsApplicants must complete a doctoral degree from a regionally accredited institution.Washington State Departemtn of HealthMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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West VirginaPsychologisthttps://psychbd.wv.gov/license-info/Pages/default.aspxPrograms must be accredited by one
of the six nationally recognized regional accrediting agencies
Board of examiners in PsychologyMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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WisconsinPsychologisthttps://dsps.wi.gov/pages/boardscouncils/psychology/default.aspxTo be eligible for licensure in Wisconsin, you must graduate from a program that is accredited by the Board of Education in the state where it is located or by another organization that is approved by the Psychology Examining Board in WisconsinDepartment of Safety and Professional ServicesMeets Requirements3/30/2020Yes
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WyomingPsychologisthttps://psychology.wyo.gov/rulesTo qualify you for a license in Wyoming, a doctoral program must be accredited both regionally and by the American Psychological Association (APA).Board of PsychologyMeets Requirments3/30/2020Yes
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Washington DCPsychologist
https://dchealth.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/doh/publication/attachments/Psychology_Application_Instructions-Update%2005-04-2018.pdf
Applicants educated in the United States must demonstrate educational qualifications by arranging for the
educational institution from which the applicant received a doctoral degree to send an official transcript to the
applicant. The applicant should then submit the transcript in the original sealed envelope with the license
application to the Board. Some universities’ policies may require sending the transcript directly to the Board of
Psychology. An applicant educated in the United States must have received a doctoral degree from an institution which was
accredited, at the time the degree was conferred by an accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S.
Department of Education or the Commission on Recognition of Post-secondary Accreditation (CORPA).
DC Board of PsychologyMeets Requirements3.31.20BrookeYes
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Puerto RicoPsychologist https://www.school-psychologists.com/state/puerto-rico-school-psychologist-certification.htmlPuerto Rico degree programs should be accredited by the Puerto Rico Council of Higher Education (Consejo de Educacion Superior). According to The Handbook of International School Psychology, comparable U.S. accreditations are also accepted, as is accreditation by the American Psychological Association (APA).PR Board of Psychologists Meets Requirments4/6/2020Yes
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Virgin IslandsPsychologisthttps://doh.vi.gov/sites/default/files/Psychology%20Application.pdfCourse descriptions from appropriate catalogs and/or course syllabi with faculty names and
credentials (if program is not regionally accredited by the Council on Post-secondary
Accreditation of the U.S. Department of Education).
Department of HealthMeets Requirements4/6/2020Yes
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