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  • 1.Careers in Psychology
    This guide provides a look at psychology as a career in many different fields, such as research, consulting, diagnosing and teaching. It includes an outlook of the current job market and testimonials from psychologists on the career paths they have chosen.
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  • 2.Implementing Regulation (IR) C-20: Instructions and Table Templates
    Instructions and table templates for the annual updating of “Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data” for doctoral programs (IR C-20).
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  • 3.Students’ Corner
    Student contribution about how fears of self-identifying as Asian can negatively affect racial/ethnic identity development, mental health and college admissions experiences.
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  • 4.Students
    Resources for graduate and undergraduate students in psychology, including how to join APA and APAGS; APA Style resources; APA books for students; and more.
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  • 5.Step 3: Transitioning into Practice
    Recent graduates and other psychologists considering entering practice will find information here to help them find professional opportunities, diversify their practice and network with others in the psychological community.
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  • 6.Step 6: Tools for Growth
    Information, products and services designed to help early career psychologists and practitioners grow and build a successful practice in today's health care marketplace.
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  • 7.Step 1: Preparing for Licensure
    What you need to know to get started on obtaining a license to practice psychology, including how to contact your state board and determine the requirements for licensure in your jurisdiction, as well as how to get your postdoctoral hours.
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  • 8.Annual Report Online
    APA-accredited doctoral, internship and postdoctoral programs submit a yearly report describing changes and improvements, instructions for entering data, data entry preparation sheets, login information, frequently asked questions, statistics and more.
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  • 9.Step 4: Starting Out
    Information to help you get your psychology practice started right, including how to write a business plan, choose a computer and find the right insurance plan.
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  • 10.Step 2: Getting Licensed
    Before you can work as a practicing psychologist, you must first earn a license in the state in which you intend to provide services. To do this you'll have to pass the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP).
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