In grad school, each step forward was fairly well-defined. In contrast, studying for the EPPP was an unknown. Thankfully, many of the same skills that helped lead to success in graduate school can be used to aid in EPPP preparation, leading to licensure as a psychologist. For any remaining gaps, support is available. Below are six preparation tips to help you get organized and get licensed. Best of luck!
Articles by David Strasshofer, PhD
David Strasshofer, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and EPPP preparation expert. He completed his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Dr. Strasshofer actively works with individuals preparing for the EPPP. He is the founder of Dr. David’s EPPP Tutoring Service and offers support and expertise in navigating the examination. Dr. Strasshofer’s clinical expertise is in the intersection of PTSD and behavioral health concerns.