Texas is Open for Current and Future Psychologists from Every State!

There is a Shortage of Psychologists in Texas.

Texas Legislators Want to Hear from You, New and Prospective Psychologists, Who Would Consider Getting Licensed and Bringing Your Needed Services to The Lone Star State, Now or in the Future,

Texas May Adopt the American Psychological Association's Licensing Model Which Eliminates Unnecessary Bureaucratic Hurdles in Psychology Licensure, such as the Oral Exam and Demanding a Post-Doc Year Without Regard to Your Past Psychologist-Supervised Experiences.

Let Them Know Your Are Serious About this Improvement in the Profession.

Sign & Share with Every Graduate Student and Early Career Psychologist.

Together We Will Increase Access to the Public and End the Licensing Scheme Suppressing Market Competition.

There is a Shortage of Psychologists in Texas.


Texas Legislators Want to Hear from You, New and Prospective Psychologists, Who Would Consider Getting Licensed and Bringing Your Needed Services to The Lone Star State, Now or in the Future,


Texas May Adopt the American Psychological Association's Licensing Model Which Eliminates Unnecessary Bureaucratic Hurdles in Psychology Licensure, such as the Oral Exam and Demanding a Post-Doc Year Without Regard to Your Past Psychologist-Supervised Experiences.


Let Them Know Your Are Serious About this Improvement in the Profession. Sign & Share with Every Graduate Student and Early Career Psychologist.


Together We Will Increase Access to the Public and End the Licensing Scheme Suppressing Market Competition.

Update #24 years ago
TX Psychology Licensing Act Deemed Unconstitutional: (http://mlserafine.com/)

The Serafine v. Branaman case formally closed, the TX Psychology Board was ordered to pay Serafine’s costs and attorneys’ fees ($48,092.25) for her successful enforcement of her 1st Amendment civil rights under the U.S. Constitution. The court also entered an injunction against the Board’s further enforcement of those portions of the Psychologists’ Licensing Act that had been struck down as unconstitutional.
Update #14 years ago
Today Texas Voted in Our Favor! Thank You for Signing and Please Share with other Current and Future Psychologists!
ADOPTED: Issue 1: Eliminate the statutory authority for the psychology board to administer an oral exam.
ADOPTED: Issue 2: Remove the statutory requirement for psychologists to earn half of their supervised work experience after receiving their Ph.D.
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