Become a Psychologist in Indiana - IN

To become an independently practicing psychologist in Indiana, you must first seek your license, then an endorsement. Those interested in knowing how to become a psychologist in Indiana should note that they must first submit an application and the fee for a license upon completion of their psychology program.

The licensing board of Indiana reviews the following information:

  • Transcripts from your accredited school detailing the pursuit of your doctoral degree in Psychology
  • Proof of a one-year internship supervised by a Health Service Providers in Psychology (HSPP)

Examination to become a psychologist in Indiana

You must pass a two-part exam in the following order:

  • First, a state jurisprudence exam on Indiana-specific laws regarding psychology
  • Then, an Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), which can be taken on a computer at a testing site in the state.

Now you must work an additional year (1,800 hours) under continued supervision before you can seek an endorsement.

Endorsement to become a psychologist in Indiana Individuals interested in knowing how to become a psychologist in Indiana should note in order to practice psychology without supervision they must earn an endorsement, which is another application. You may apply for a limited license to practice psychology in Indiana if you’ve already earned another state license. (Although this may limit the scope of what you can do in Indiana).


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