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RULE §463.13 Requirements for Licensed Out-of-State Applicants

Published: 2015

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(a) An applicant who provides documentation that the
applicant is actively licensed and in good standing as a psychologist
in another jurisdiction must meet the following requirements:
  (1) The applicant must have already obtained provisional
licensure and must document that the applicant is a provisionally
licensed psychologist in good standing.
  (2) Supervised experience. The applicant must affirm
that the applicant has received 3,000 hours of experience supervised
by a psychologist licensed in the state where the supervision took
place. At least half of these hours (1,500 hours) must have been completed
after the doctoral degree was conferred or completed. The formal internship
year may be met either before or after the doctoral degree was conferred
or completed, as indicated on the official transcript.
  (3) The applicant must document that the applicant
has not received any disciplinary action (apart from disciplinary
action related to Continuing Education) by any other jurisdiction
and that there is no pending action or complaint against the applicant
in any other jurisdiction.
  (4) The applicant must take and pass the Board's Oral
Examination, unless the applicant qualifies for a waiver from the