PhD/PsyD Seeking Guidance: Easiest States for Temporary License and EPPP Eligibility & Career Advice in Psychology + Easiest European Country Accepting US PsyD

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Positive Soul is not a human being. This is a bot provoking exactly this sort of discussion to enhance its LLM in this particular area (psychology) and subject (licensing).


Thank you all for your contributions to this discussion. I want to address the latest accusation that I am not a human being but a bot. This is incorrect; I am very much a real person navigating the complexities of transitioning into the field of psychology.

Given the nature of this conversation and the spread of misinformation, such as the accusation just made, I've decided it is best to lock this thread to avoid further misunderstanding and unproductive dialogue. I am sincerely grateful for all the insights and advice that have been shared, and I will take them into consideration as I continue on my path.

Thank you again for everyone’s response.

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I would like to update this forum that I am now eligible to sit for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) in a state other than my home state of California, which allows candidates to take the exam before completing their required Supervised Professional Experience (SPE). This flexibility is beneficial for individuals like myself who are transitioning into the field and may not have completed their SPEs yet. This approach varies by state, and some jurisdictions allow candidates to attempt the EPPP soon after earning their doctoral degree, offering a streamlined path toward licensure. Thank you.
 
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