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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I obtain a list of licensed psychologists? How can I receive a duplicate license? Are there different levels of psychology licensure? Does continuing education need to be approved by the Board? How do I get a letter of good standing or verification sent to another state that requires it for licensure? Answers   […]

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Fee Schedule

  Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of license application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable.   Psychologist – […]

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Forms

Psychologist Application for Licensure as a Psychologist by Examination Application for Licensure as a Psychologist by Reciprocity     Psychological Assistant Application for Psychological Assistant Registration Supervision Report for Psychological Assistants – Registration Renewal Psychological Assistant Report of New Supervisor Psychological Assistant Report of Releasing Supervisor

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Board Members

Dr. Rachel A. Brandenburg, President Kent County Dr. Meghan Lines, Vice-President New Castle County Heather Contant, Public Member, Secretary Kent County Dr. Rebecca Richmond Sussex County Dr. Joseph Zingaro Kent County Dr. Kristen Robust Sussex County Victor Kennedy, Public Member Kent County Rachel Dunning, Public Member Kent County Ronise Ball, Public Member Kent County

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Examination

The examination for Delaware Psychologist licensure is the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). If you have never passed the EPPP, the Board of Psychology must approve your application to take it. If you passed the EPPP over five years ago, you must re-take it. The Board must approve you to sit for the […]

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Psychological Assistant Registration

  Who Files Application and When The supervising Psychologist completes and submits the Application for Psychologist Assistant Registration on behalf of the Psychological Assistant applicant whom he/she is supervising. The supervising Psychologist must have practiced as a licensed psychologist for two years in Delaware or another jurisdiction. The Psychological Assistant must be in the process […]

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Psychologist Licensure by Reciprocity

When to File Application by Reciprocity Complete the Application for Psychologist Licensure by Reciprocity if you hold a current Psychologist license in another jurisdiction (state, U.S. territory or District of Columbia) and at least one of the following statements is true: You have practiced continuously for at least two years, or You hold a Certificate […]

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License Renewal

  Information About Renewal Applications Psychologist licenses and Psychological Assistant registrations expire on July 31 of odd years (e.g., 2017, 2019). Several weeks before the expiration date, a renewal notice will be mailed to the address on your record. This notice will explain how to access the online renewal application.┬áTo complete the online renewal application, […]

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Board of Examiners of Psychologists

Objective and Function The primary objective of the Delaware Board of Examiners of Psychologists is to protect the public from unsafe practices and practices which tend to reduce competition or fix prices for services. The Board must also maintain standards of professional competence and service delivery. To meet these objectives, the Board develops standards for […]

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Psychologist Licensure by Examination

When to File Application by Examination Complete the Application for Licensure as a Psychologist by Examination if either of the following descriptions applies to you: You are not currently licensed in another state. OR You are currently licensed in another state and all of the following statements are true: You have not practiced continuously for […]

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