A. An applicant for a psychologist license by credential under A.R.S. § 32-2071.01 (D) shall submit an application packet to the Board that includes:
1. An application form, which is available from the Board office and on its website, signed and dated by the applicant, that contains the information required by R4-26-203(A)(1) through (4), (A)(5)(a) through (f), (A)(6), (A)(7), (A)(10), and R4-26-203 (B)(2) through (6);
2. Verification sent directly to the Board by the credentialing agency that the applicant:
a. Holds a current Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology (CPQ) issued by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards;
b. Holds a current National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (NRHSPP) credential and has practiced psychology independently at the doctoral level for at least five years; or
c. Is a diplomate or specialist of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP); and
3. Verification of all other psychology licenses or certificates ever held in any jurisdiction.
B. An applicant for a psychologist license by credential based on a National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology credential shall have notification that the applicant obtain a passing score on the national examination sent directly to the Board by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards or by the regulatory jurisdiction in which the applicant originally passed the examination.
C. If the Board determines that an application for licensure by credential requires clarification, the Board may require that an applicant submit or cause the applicant’s credentialing agency to submit directly to the Board any documentation including transcripts, course descriptions, catalogues, brochures, supervised experience verifications, examination scores, application for credential, or any other information that is deemed necessary by the Board.