Resources for Early Career Psychologists
Step 1: Preparing for Licensure
From identifying the licensing requirements in your jurisdiction to getting your postdoctoral hours, this section will help you get ready to pursue licensure as a psychologist.
Step 2: Getting Licensed
Before you can work as a practicing psychologist, you must first obtain a license in the state in which you intend to provide services. The information in this section will assist you in this endeavor.
Step 3: Transitioning into Practice
Recent graduates and other psychologists considering entering practice will find information here designed to make the transition a smooth one.
Step 4: Starting Out
From basic business planning to office policies and procedures and HIPAA requirements, this section will help you get your practice started right.
Step 5: Making It Successful
This section includes information about financial issues and effective strategies for reaching potential clients and referral sources to help you build a thriving practice.
Step 6: Tools for Your Practice
Information, products and services designed to help early career psychologists — and professional practictioners at any stage in their career — run a successful practice in today's marketplace.
The Job Interview: Strategies for Success
Whether you are just beginning your job search, considering transitioning into a staff position at a hospital, consulting firm or community-based agency, or thinking of adding some part-time work to your existing professional activities, the job interview is a critical part of the employment process. This article reviews important tips for skillfully handling each step of the job interview.