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Special Situations

There are certain situations in which some psychology licensing boards may allow psychologists to perform an activity without requiring a license.

Special Situations not Requiring a License

Special Situations Not requiring a License

Exemptions

Over 64% of respondents have settings in which a psychologist is exempt from the requirement to be licensed.

Settings in which Psychologist is Exempt from Licensure Requirement

Settings in which Psychologist is Exempt from Licensure Requirement

Licensure by Experience

Consideration based on the number of years of experience as a licensed psychologist in another jurisdiction.

Special Consideration based on Number of Years of Experience

Special Consideration based on Number of Years of Experience

Number of Years of Experience Required

Licensure by experience

Licensure by Endorsement

Some psychology licensing boards offer licensure by endorsement based on certain credentials.

Endorsement Options

Licensure by Experience

Prescriptive Authority

In some jurisdictions, a licensed psychologist may obtain the authority to prescribe medications if the psychologist has met certain requirements.

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respondents can issue prescriptive authority to licensed psychologists. Of those 3 respondents, 2 include prescriptive authority under the authority of the psychology licensing board. Issuance of prescriptive authority may be under the authority of a different regulatory agency in other jurisdictions.
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