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Professional and Student Psychologist Organizations
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A comprehensive list of Psychologist and related professional and student organizations
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Find Psychologist License Requirements in Your State

Each state licenses psychologists that work directly with patients, administer any type of test or provide therapy to a patient. Psychologists who work as consultants or in an indirect role may also be licensed in some states. For this reason it is critical to understand the Psychologist license requirements in the state you wish to practice.

State licensing boards provide specific information for those seeking Psychologist licensure, however, the information can be time consuming to navigate, especially if you are looking for something specific like clinical hour requirements or application forms. has refined and simplified the way you find the requirements. Your time is valuable and the navigation to Psychologist license requirements on this site has been designed to be more efficient.

Licensing Psychologists assures only those with the appropriate academic preparation and experience are providing treatment to patients. Through licensure of Psychologists both patient and Psychologist gain a level of safety and confidence.

Featured Online Master's in Psychology Degree Program Options:

Grand Canyon University (GCU) offers a variety of Master’s in Psychology programs modeled after the standards and recommendations set by the American Psychological Association with emphases in: Forensic Psychology, General Psychology, GeroPsychology, Health Psychology, Human Factors Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Life Coaching. Three Bachelor’s in Psychology programs are also offered. Click here to learn about GCU and their programs.

Capella University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and offers several online bachelor's, master’s and doctoral programs in psychology including both clinical and non-clinical specializations. Capella University also offers three online CACREP-accredited programs: MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS in School Counseling, and PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, as well as a COAMFTE-accredited program, MS in Marriage and Family Therapy. Click here to contact Capella University and request information about their programs.

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