Getting Licensed in MA? Here’s Some Help from an Antioch Grad

An Antioch graduate looks to help other psychologists navigate the winding road to licensure.  See what Dr. Emily Fine has created for Massachusetts Psychological Association as a roadmap.

While this document is placed in the Members Only part of the website, MPA has graciously made that link available for the next month for our students and website.  MPA is committed to training and education of psychology students, and to supporting Early Career Psychologists, and offers a variety of resources for students and professionals.

To visit the student section of the MPA website, click here.  If you are interested in applying to become a member of MPA, click here.

 

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