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EPPP Part 2 Information

Published on Mar 24, 2023

ASPPB is guided by its mission to assist its members with their primary responsibility of protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public. In this effort, the ASPPB remains committed to the ongoing development, refinement, and use of a valid, reliable, state-of-the art competency assessment for those individuals that are seeking licensure to practice psychology. Consistent with the above, during its October 2022 meeting, the ASPPB unanimously passed the following motion:

Effective no later than January 1, 2026, the EPPP is one examination with two parts, EPPP (Part 1 – Knowledge) and EPPP (Part 2 – Skills).

This means the EPPP will only be offered as a two-part examination effective January 1, 2026.

More detail on the composition of and rationale for the new exam is available on ASPPB's website. This action by the ASPPB will be discussed at the next Virginia Board of Psychology meeting.

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Virginia Board of Psychology
Jaime Hoyle, Executive Director
J.D. Ball, Ph.D., ABPP, Board Chair