Temporary License Search
(SUPERVISED) Last updated 05/12/2021
Psychologists with Interstate Compact Privileges
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Provisional Licenses Issued
July 17, 2020
The Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners (Board) has three applications for licensure for psychologists and two applications for behavior analysts.
For the standard Psychologist Application for Exam and/or Licensure and the standard Behavior Analyst Application for Licensure, the Board conducts primary source verification of an applicant’s graduate education, training and passage of the national exam before issuing a license to practice psychology or behavior analysis in Arizona.
For standard psychology applications, some verification(s) of training may be waived based on number of years in independent practice:
For 10 years or more independent practice, the applicant may waive verification of additional 1,500 hours supervised experience.
For 20 years or more independent practice, the applicant may waive verification of all supervised experience/training.
For the Psychologist Application for Licensure by Credential, the credential (CPQ, ABPP or NRHSPP) is primary source verified. Education and training are not verified by the Board for licensure by credential applications. For applications with the NRHSPP credential, passage of the national exam is also primary source verified.
For Psychologist or Behavior Analyst Applications for Licensure by Universal Recognition, Arizona statutes and rules do not permit the Board to verify education and training.
A National Practitioner Data Bank self-query is required for all psychology applicants.
For all applications for licensure, verification of licensure/certification and disciplinary history from every jurisdiction in the U.S. and Canada in which a psychologist or behavior analyst holds or has held a license/certification is obtained directly from the licensing boards for each applicant, as applicable.
Please note, staff will not confirm or deny confidential information such as birth dates, social security numbers, etc. If further information is required, please contact the appropriate staff:
Krishna Poe, Projects Specialist, Licenses and Renewals
Kathy Fowkes, Licensing Specialist, Initial Applications Only
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