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.
General Guidelines Regarding the Oral Examination
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE JURISPRUDENCE EXAMINATION:
The Georgia Psychology Jurisprudence Exam is administered by a private exam vendor. Once you have been approved by the Board, and have passed the EPPP, the Board will notify the vendor who will contact you with information about registering with them and scheduling the Jurisprudence Exam
For more information, please click on the link below:
GA Psychology Jurisprudence Examination Candidate Information Bulletin
||In 2009, the spread of the H1N1 flu virus caused the World Health Organization to raise the pandemic alert level to Phase 6, the highest level. Georgia officials prepared for the H1N1 influenza campaign and the seasonal influenza campaign that occurred during fall and winter. While the H1N1 influenza campaign has ended, The Department of Community Health continues to build its pool of health professionals willing to serve as emergency response volunteers by signing up to assist with future campaigns (i.e. hurricane season). For more information and to sign up for the online volunteer pool, visit www.servga.gov.