Hello all, Question: I know board certification certainly makes sense for people doing neuropsych. But, for those of us who are not planning on pursuing neuropsych, is there additive value in getting ABPP (i.e., in Clinical Psychology) for people who plan to primarily be clinicians? If so, how much? I know this has been discussed on the forum once before a few years ago, but I was curious if anyone who has pursued ABPP since has any updated feelings on the topic. Let's say for the sake of the question that I was considering working in a VA or hospital setting, but at some point later might work in private practice. The upfront cost is nearly $1000, plus yearly fees to keep the license alive, so it's definitely not a cheap endeavor. From someone inside the field, I do tend to respect people with ABPP behind their name more (e.g. assuming they are well trained or at least well versed in EBPs), but I am not sure whether anyone outside our field a) knows what it is; or b) cares. So I suppose my question is actually twofold: does ABPP add additive value from those inside and/or outside our field? And if so, in what contexts might it be beneficial? Thanks!