Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 86. Psychologists and Psychological Associates
Section 130. Licensing Requirements.
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AS 08.86.130. Licensing Requirements.

(a) The board shall issue a psychologist license to a person who

(1) holds an earned doctorate degree, from an academic institution whose program of graduate study for a doctorate degree in psychology meets the criteria established by the board by regulation, in

(A) clinical psychology;

(B) counseling psychology; or

(C) education in a field of specialization considered equivalent by the board;

(2) has not engaged in dishonorable conduct related to the practice of counseling or psychometry;

(3) has one year of post doctoral supervised experience approved by the board; and

(4) takes and passes the objective examination developed or approved by the board.

(b) The board may not deny recognition as an accredited or approved academic institution to an educational institution solely because its program has not been accredited by a professional organization of psychologists.

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