Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology
The State of Michigan requires graduates to sit for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) national exam as part of the licensure process for Master’s Limited License and Fully Licensed Psychologists.
The EPPP required passing score for Michigan Master’s Limited License graduates is 450 and for Doctoral level Fully Licensed Psychologists (LP) is 500.
MSP encourages and supports graduates through the process of achieving their highest level of licensure, depending on degree. Toward this goal, MSP is committed to offering and expanding helpful resources.
Navigating the EPPP procedures can be confusing. The following links are provided to alumni to assist in this process:
Reimbursement for EPPP Fees by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will reimburse qualified individuals for fees paid to take the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), effective August 1, 2011. For more information go to the Department of Veterans Affairs or call 1-888-442-4551 (1-800-829-4833 for the hearing impaired).
EPPP Workshops at MSP
AATBS EPPP Live 4-day Comprehensive Workshop are held twice annually at MSP. Check back for upcoming 2020 dates!
Current students and alumni are eligible for a discount. Before registering, contact us for the discount code.
Peer-led EPPP Preparation Workshop
MSP offers an 8-week EPPP Strategy Workshop to provide an introduction and overview of the EPPP. This workshop is intended for current students or alums who are ready to begin the studying process and would like to know what is in store.
- What you need to know about the test itself
- What content areas you will be studying
- Strategy and memorization ideas & tools
- Question answering strategy and practice
There is no shortcut to careful and thorough preparation for the EPPP. This workshop is peer-led and intended to be a supplement to comprehensive study programs.
The Workshop consists of 8 approximately 1 hour sessions for 8 consecutive weeks during second semester. Stay tuned for dates in early 2020.
Questions? Contact Cynthia ([email protected]).