Additional Items of Interest

Additional Items of Interest

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Temporary License

Q1. 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?
Q1a. If yes, which of the following are required to be completed/obtained by a licensed psychologist prior to conducting temporary practice? Select all that apply.
Q1b. If yes, what is the maximum number of days allowed for temporary practice?
Q1c. If yes, must the days be consecutive?
Q1d. If yes, must the temporary practice be completed within any of the following?

Special Situations Not Requiring A License

Q2. Are the following activities allowed without a license?
a. Emergency relief capacity
b. b. Testifying as an expert witness
c. Consulting on a limited basis
d. d. Forensic or other assessment

Prescriptive Authority

Q3. Does your jurisdiction allow for prescriptive authority for licensed psychologists?
Q3a. If yes, is the prescriptive authority under the authority of the psychology licensing board?

Exemptions

Q4. Are there settings in your jurisdiction in which a psychologist is exempt from the requirement to be licensed?

Licensure by Experience

Q5. Do applicants for licensure receive special consideration regarding meeting current licensure requirements based on the number of years of experience as a licensed psychologist?
Q5a. If yes, which of the following apply? Select all that apply.

Licensure by Endorsement

Q6. Does your board offer licensure by endorsement for any of the following?

a. Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology (CPQ)
b. American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) Certification
c. National Register of Health Service Psychologists