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Florida law provides that an initial application must be reviewed within 30 days. Below is the average number of days in which new applications are being reviewed and initial status notifications are being provided to applicants:
NOTICE: Effective July 1 2020, HB 713 (2020), Health Regulation will impact the methods of application for psychologist licensure as outlined below. Please note the updated application form reflecting these changes will be made available once effective in Rule 64B19-11.012, Florida Administrative Code.
- The Endorsement of Other State Licensureapplication method will no longer be an option.
- The 20 Years of Licensed Psychology Experience method will become the 10 Years of Licensed Psychology Experience application method. Persons applying under this method must demonstrate possession of a doctoral degree in psychology, accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) at the time of her or his enrollment and graduation, and at least 10 years of experience as a licensed psychologist in any jurisdiction or territory of the United States within the 25 years preceding the date of application.