EPPP - Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology

EPPP Resources

To become licensed to practice psychology in Arizona, graduates from an applied psychology doctoral program must pass the EPPP  (pronounced Eē-Triple-Pē), which is administered by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB).  A doctoral program that meets requirements in A.R.S. § 32-2071 is the minimum level of education required to apply to sit for the EPPP and/or licensure. 

Individuals who hold a doctorate in an applied psychology (clinical, counseling, school or educational) and wish to take the EPPP must apply for approval to a state or provincial psychology board for authorization to sit for the EPPP.  Below are links to resources that may be of help to applicants and EPPP candidates. 

Related Arizona Revised Statutes:

Related Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C. or Rules):

Arizona Psychology Board Pages: