You did it! You’ve graduated with your doctorate in psychology and are only a few steps away from fulfilling your dream of becoming a licensed psychologist! Although the licensure process consists of several steps, preparing for and passing the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) is definitely the biggest hurdle in becoming licensed.
Articles by Kylie McColligan
Kylie McColligan-Oleski is a psychologist practicing with a group private practice in Scranton, Pennsylvania. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Marywood University in 2016 and currently provides clinical supervision to doctoral students in Marywood University’s Psy.D. program. Dr. McColligan-Oleski is also heavily involved with the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, where she is the chair of the Early Career Psychologist Committee (ECP).
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