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EPPP2: Honing in on Assessment and Intervention
In March 2016, the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) announced the plan to develop a second portion to the EPPP in order to assess the practical competency of Psychology candidates. Originally planned to be a mandatory aspect of the EPPP starting in January 2020 for all candidates, in October 2018, the ASPPB rescinded the decision and gave the state boards the opportunity to determine whether they would adopt the updated exam or maintain the current version of the EPPP. States that determine to adopt the updated exam format will start implementation beginning January 2020.

Maintaining Study Focus During the Holiday Season
Remember, putting off studying does not make the stress or amount of studying you need to do go away. Much to the contrary, it can actually build up the stress even more and force you to resort to cramming information in at the last minute, or worse, skipping material entirely!

How to get the most out of your workshop
Attending a workshop is a great way to improve your clinical skills. Whether the focus of the program is to prepare you for your licensure exam or to learn new study habits, you will want to get the most out of the experience. Here are a few tips that can help you get the most out of your workshop.

Why We Love AATBS Exam Coaches and You Should Too!
If your gym membership included a personal trainer at no additional cost, wouldn’t you utilize it? You have a personal exam coach included in your AATBS package.

2018 ASWB Social Work Exam Changes
If you’re getting ready to take the licensure exam at any level, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest changes. In 2018, the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) made changes to all four of its exams, the Bachelors Exam, Masters Exam, Advanced Generalist Exam, and Clinical Exam, for the first time since 2011. The changes are intended to reflect the ways social work practice has shifted during those years.