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Alabama

I

I

I

S/Ia

S

S

Alaska

I

I

I

I

I

I

Arizona

I

I

I

N

N

N

Arkansas b

I

I

I

S

S

S

Colorado

I

I

I

N

N

N

Delaware

I

UC

I

S

S

S

Georgia

I

I

I

N

N

N

Hawaii

I

I

I

N

N

N

Idaho

I

I

I

N

N

N

Illinois

I

I

I

N

N

N

Indianac

I

I

I

N

N

N

Iowa

I

I

I

N

N

N

Kansas

I

I

I

S/Id

S/I

S/I

Kentucky

I

I

I

S

S

S

Louisiana

I

I

I

N

N

N

Maine

I

I

I

N

N

N

Michigan

I

I

I

Se

S

S

Minnesota

I

I

I

N

N

N

Mississippi

I

I

I

N

N

N

Missouri

I

I

I

N

N

N

Montana

I

I

I

N

N

N

Nebraska

I

I

I

N

N

N

Nevada

I

I

I

N

N

N

New Hampshire

I

I

I

N

N

N

New Mexico

I

I

I

N

N

N

North Carolinaf

I

I

I

S

S

S

North Dakota

I

I

I

N

N

N

Oklahoma

I

I

I

N

N

N

Oregon

I

I

I

S/Ig

S/I

S/I

Pennsylvania

I

I

I

N

N

N

South Carolina

I

I

I

N

N

N

South Dakota

I

I

I

N

N

N

Tennessee

I

I

I

S

S

S

Texas

I

I

I

S

S

S

Utah

I

I

I

N

N

N

Vermont

I

I

I

I

I

I

Washington

I

I

I

N

N

N

West Virginia

I

UC

I

I

UC

I

Wisconsin

I

I

I

N

N

N

Wyoming

I

I

I

S

S

S

a In AL a Master’s level psychologist (psychologist technician) may complete some assessments independently but for more clinical/diagnostic assessments they must be supervised. In AR and TN, a master’s level psychologist may be licensed as a Psychological Examiner to administer psychological tests independently, but must be supervised by an independent psychologist to engage in assessment and counseling activities. IN permits psychologists to be licensed before completing supervised practice. However, in order to practice independently, the psychologist must complete supervised practice and obtain endorsement as a “health service provider.” KS has two licenses for Master’s level psychologists: Master’s Level Psychologist who must be supervised and Licensed Clinical Psychotherapists who may practice independently. In MI, a Master’s level psychologist may obtain “Limited License” that allows practice under the supervision of a psychologist. In NC, a Master’s level psychologist may practice if supervised four hours per week by a licensed psychologist. In OR, a Master’s level psychologist usually may practice only under the supervision of a psychologist, however, after three years of practice s/he may petition the board for the right to practice independently, pending successful completion of oral exam. b c d e f g

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State

I S

Table 1: Psychology Scope of Practice, by State

Cannot perform this function State does not license at this level

Licensed Psychologist (MA)

Assessment

Treatment Plan

Counseling

Can be performed independently Can be performed with supervision

N

Lice Assessment

nsed Psychologist (PhD)

Treatment plan

Counseling

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