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Georgia Board of Psychology

The Georgia State Board of Examiners of Psychologists is a six-member board consisting of five psychologists and one consumer member. Board members are appointed by the Governor to provide consumer protection and public health and welfare through the regulation of the profession. The Board processes licensure applications and receives, investigates and adjudicates complaints issued against licensed psychologists.



Please note, it is important for you to participate in the ASPPB (Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards) Workforce Analysis Survey. This information will be used (in aggregate form only) for National and Statewide determinations of how many psychologists will be needed for the healthcare workforce now and in the future.  If you have not already done so, your licensing board strongly urges you to complete the survey online at .

NOTE: Georgia licensees participating in this survey will be awarded one (1) Hour of Continuing Education credit (Professional Practices).

Marsha B. Sauls, Ph.D., President
Linda F. Campbell, Ph.D., Vice President
Melton Strozier, Ph.D.
Donald S. Meck, Ph.D.
Bill Doverspike, Jr., Ph.D.
Judy F. Grammer, Consumer Member

Click Here for Board Rule 510-8 Continuing Education Requirements - In effect until January 1, 2015 (when new, revised rules took effect).

Guidelines & General Information for the Oral Exam

GA Jurisprudence Exam Candidate Bulletin

 IMPORTANT-PLEASE READ - New Application process effective 07-01-2014

Verifications of Licensure from other state licensure Boards may be e-mailed to the Georgia Board of Examiners of Psychologists: 


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Atlanta, Georgia 30334
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