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EPPP2: Honing in on Assessment and Intervention
If you haven’t yet heard, the EPPP will be updated in the coming future. As if we didn’t have enough to worry about as students, we have a new EPPP to face at the end of our studies.

Why do I need an EPPP Coach?
Coaching often seems like a foreign concept, but can be very helpful in preparing for the EPPP. If you are like most graduate students, you are likely a strong writer but haven’t taken a long multiple-choice exam in years.

How Long Does it Take to Become a Psychologist?
The reality is that there are a lot of different tracks that you can take, and there are a lot of different educational choices that you will have to make on this journey. I will attempt to detail out these different paths here.

Learn About EPPP2, or Enhanced EPPP | AATBS
Learn About the EPPP2, or Enhanced EPPP, How to Prepare and What Changes on the Licensure Exam. AATBS is the Leader in Behavioral Health Exam Prep.

Why Continuing Education Courses are Important After Getting Your License
After you got your license, there’s no doubt you breathed a sigh of relief and happiness. After years of school, followed by additional hours logged studying to pass the exam, it’s a breath of fresh air when the worries about high pressure testing situations are over.

The Impact of Social Media on Our Youth
Mental health clinicians and students who work with youth or parents often wonder about how social media impacts the development of our youngest members of society.

Just starting out: What I Wish I Learned in Psychology Graduate School
The information gathered and presented here is from actual young career professionals—ones who are just endeavoring out in their careers. They have been kind enough to share their wisdom and some information that might help out other young career professionals. We’ve compiled this information into a cohesive article of ways to get an edge in the field.

The Goldilocks Effect - How Much Studying is
Spending over 400 hours EPPP study materials has shown negative results in exam prep. This group of people not only failed to improve, but were less likely to pass the exam.

Pride Month and a Psychologist’s Guide to LGBT+ Clients
Psychological professionals in this day and age need to be an ally in one way or another to the LGBT+ community. As you grow in your skills, it is likely that you have learned that one of the key tenets of being a good psychological professional or therapist is your ability to listen and address your client with unconditional positive regard.

Coaches’ Corner Recap: What to do after your exam
In this week’s segment of Coaches’ Corner, which aired Wednesday May 23, coaches Melissa and Jennifer discussed what you should do after you take your licensure exam. They gave the following pointers...