Clinical Psychology

In compliance with federal regulations and the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) rules, this list of state licensing authorities, contact information and applicable disclosures is provided to ensure you have the information you need if you are planning to enter a field that may involve licensing in your state. This information will be updated annually.

If there is no listing for your area of study in your state or territory, it means we have not found any indication that such licensing exists. However, states that do not license a given occupation now could institute licensing in the future. Be sure to check back from time to time.

The PsyD curriculum is based on recommendations of the Board of Educational Affairs of the American Psychological Association, and the clinical psychology program is accredited by the Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (750 First Street NE, Washington, D.C. 20002-4212; phone 202-336-5979; email apaaccred@apa.org; www.apa.org/ed/accreditation). Many states require or accept an APA-accredited doctoral level degree toward educational requirements for licensure. However, states with licensing laws may have additional or different requirements.

Florida

As an APA-accredited degree program, the PsyD fulfills the education requirement for application to the Florida Board of Psychology for licensure by examination.  

All other states and territories

Florida Institute of Technology is unable to confirm whether its PsyD program meets educational requirements for professional licensure in the states and territories listed below. Please contact the licensing authority to determine whether your program meets requirements for licensure.