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ASPPB InFocus 2020

Annual Report on Psychology Licensure Requirements in the United States and Canada

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Purpose of the Centre

Collect and analyze data for the regulation of the profession of psychology

Provide timely and relevant data to psychology licensing boards

Create publications and presentations focused on licensure portability and telehealth

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Big picture view of psychology licensure in the United States and Canada with a spotlight on number of licenses, education, supervised experience, exams, fees, renewals, continuing education/continuing professional development and other pertinent information about psychology licensure.

  • Number of Licenses
  • License Types
  • Education
  • Supervised Experience
  • Examinations
  • Licensing Fees
  • Renewals
  • Continuing Education
  • Additional Items of Interest
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A closer look at education, supervision, examination, renewals and continuing professional development/continuing education for each jurisdiction.

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About the Centre

The Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) is the alliance of state, provincial, and territorial agencies responsible for the licensure and certification of psychologists throughout the United States and Canada. ASPPB was formed to serve psychology boards in the two countries. Currently, the psychology boards of all fifty states of the United States, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and all ten provinces of Canada are members of ASPPB.

The primary purpose of the Centre for Data & Analysis on Psychology Licensure (the Centre) is to support psychology licensing boards in making informed licensure decisions through consistent data collection, analysis and reporting. With the launch of the Centre, ASPPB wants to thank our member boards for their participation and we look forward to continued collaboration in the collection and analysis of data for the regulation of the profession of psychology.