Jurisdiction Data: Hawaii

Jurisdiction Data: Hawaii

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1 1. What is the minimum degree level required for this license type? Doctoral
2 2. Is regional accreditation of the degree granting institution required? No
3 3. Which of the following currently best describes APA Accreditation as a requirement for licensure? Accepted for Licensure but there are Other Alternatives
4 4. Which of the following currently best describes CPA Accreditation as a requirement for licensure? Accepted for Licensure but there are Other Alternatives
5 5. Is residency at the educational institution granting the degree required? No
6 6. If yes, what is the minimum time period required for residency? Not Applicable
7 7. If yes, must the residency be continuous? Not Applicable
8 8. Total Number of Supervised Experience Hours Required 3,800
9 9. Does your board accept practicum hours to count towards supervised experience requirements for licensure? No
10 10. If yes, is the supervisor required to be a licensed psychologist? Not Applicable
11 11. Which of the following best describes internship hours as a requirement for licensure? Required for Licensure
12 12. If accepted, is the supervisor required to be a licensed psychologist?
13 13. If required, is the supervisor required to be a licensed psychologist? No
14 14. If accepted, do you require the internship to be APA accredited?
15 15. If required, do you require the internship to be APA accredited? No
16 16. If accepted, do you require the internship to be CPA accredited?
17 17. If required, do you require the internship to be CPA accredited? No
18 18. Which of the following best describes postdoctoral hours as a requirement for licensure? Required for Licensure
19 19. If accepted, is the supervisor required to be a licensed psychologist?
20 20. If required, is the supervisor required to be a licensed psychologist? No
21 21. If accepted, is an APA or CPA accredited internship required ?
22 22. Is the EPPP required to become licensed? Yes
23 23. Prior to computerized scoring (2001), many jurisdictions had different rules on passing scores. How do your rules/regulations define the EPPP (paper administered) passing score? A score of not less than the national average raw score (rounded up to the nearest whole integer if a fraction is reported) of all Ph.D. candidates sitting for the examination for the first time shall be passing for the EPPP written examination...For examination waiver applicants, the passing score for the EPPP shall be the board's passing score at the time the applicant sat for the EPPP written examination.
24 24. If yes, how do your rules/regulations define the EPPP (computuer administered) passing score? same as above
25 25. When is the earliest time the EPPP Part 1 can be taken? Upon Completion of All Supervised Work Experience
26 26. Is the EPPP (Part 2 -Skills) required to become licensed? No
27 27. If yes, how do your rules/regulations define the pasing score? Not Applicable
28 28. If yes, do your rules allow for early admittance of the EPPP (Part 1-Knowledge), which allows the candidate to take the EPPP (Part 1-Knowledge) after all coursework is completed? Not Applicable
29 29. Does your board require an oral exam? No
30 30. If yes, what is the format of the oral exam? Select all that apply. Not Applicable
31 31. Does your board require a jurisprudence exam? No
32 32. If yes, what information is covered by the jurisprudence exam? Check all that apply. Not Applicable
33 33. Does your board have any other requirements that must be completed prior to licensure (e.g., coursework outside of the academic program, fingerprints)? No
34 34. If yes, what are the specific requirements? Not Applicable
35 35. Board Application Fee 50.00
36 36. Initial Licensure Fee 103.00
37 37. Administrative Fee 148.00
38 38. Oral Examination Fee 0.00
40 39. Jurisprudence Examination Fee 0.00
41 40. Temporary Authorization to Practice Fee 50.00
42 41. License Renewal Fee 278.00
43 42. Verification of License / Endorsement to Another Jurisdiction Fee 15.00
44 43. Inactive Fee 12.00
45 44. Reactivation fee 12.00
46 45. What is your renewal schedule? Every Two Years
47 46. Does your board have an inactive license status available to licensees? Yes
48 47. Does your board require continuing professional development/continuing education? Yes
49 48. If required, how many hours are required in each renewal period? 18,Two Years
50 49. If required, are any of the hours required to be in Ethics? No
51 50. If required, how many are required and in each renewal period?
52 51. ASPPB defines temporary practice as when an individual licensed to practice psychology at the doctoral level in one jurisdiction may practice psychology into another jurisdiction for a specific period of time without obtaining full licensure. Does your board authorize this type of practice? Yes
53 52. If yes, which of the following are required to be completed/obtained by a licensed psychologist prior to conducting temporary practice? All Temporary permit
54 53. If yes, what is the maximum number of days allowed for temporary practice? 90
55 54. If yes, must the days be consecutive? Not Applicable
56 55. If yes, must the temporary practice be completed within any of the following? A calendar year
57 56. Special Situations Not Requiring a License: Emergency relief capacity No
58 57. Special Situations Not Requiring a License: Testifying as an expert witness Yes
59 58. Special Situations Not Requiring a License: Consulting on a limited basis Yes
60 59. Special Situations Not Requiring a License: Forensic or other assessment No
61 60. Does your jurisdiction allow for prescriptive authority for licensed psychologists? No
62 61. If yes, do you require the Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists (PEP)? Not Applicable
63 62. Are there settings in your jurisdiction in which a psychologist is exempt from the requirement to be licensed? Yes
64 63. If yes, please include the settings in which a psychologist is exempt from the requirement to be licensed. See Hawaii Revised Statutes ยง465-3
65 64. Do applicants for licensure receive special consideration regarding meeting current licensure requirements based on the number of years of experience as a licensed psychologist? Yes
66 65. If yes, which of the following apply? Select all that apply. 20+ Years Experience
67 66. Licensure by Endorsement: Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology CPQ Yes
68 67. Licensure by Endorsement: American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) Certification Yes
69 68. Licensure by Endorsement: National Register of Health Service Psychologists Yes
70 69. Is your state a Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT) participating state? No