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IPC Program Information

ASPPB Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC)®

The IPC grants temporary authority to practice based on notification to the licensing board of intention to practice temporarily, and verification of one’s qualifications for such practice by ASPPB. The IPC allows psychologists to provide temporary psychological services in jurisdictions that accept the IPC for up to 30 work days (a day being defined as any part of a day in which psychological work is performed) per year without obtaining full licensure in that jurisdiction with proper notification.

IPC Participating Jurisdictions
ASPPB continuously works to add additional jurisdictions to the list. See the ASPPB IPC Jurisdictional List for more information regarding IPC participating jurisdictions. Check back often for updates!

Currently Accepting

  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Kentucky
  • Mississippi
  • New Hampshire
  • Ohio
  • South Carolina


IPC Eligibility Requirements

See the IPC Overview or the ASPPB Mobility Program Policies & Procedures for information regarding IPC eligibility requirements.To learn about IPC application fees, use the ASPPB Mobility Program Fee Chart.


Important Information about PSY|PRO
On January 30th,  ASPPB is launching PSY|PRO, our new online application management system. You may be familiar with the current PLUS Portal and one of the things we do here is regularly evaluate our programs and services, making changes based on user feedback. Many of our users are applicants who are using the system to bank information in the Credentials Bank, apply through the Psychology Licensure Universal System (PLUS), request EPPP Score Transfers or apply for the Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC) and Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology (CPQ). We are always looking for feedback and our applicants delivered. So, we made some changes that we think are pretty awesome and will enhance your credentialing experience. 

As of January 27, 2017, the PLUS Portal will no longer be an active site. As we transition to PSY|PRO, access to your record will be temporarily unavailable until January 30, 2017 when PSY|PRO comes to life at




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For more information or to request paper application forms, contact the ASPPB Mobility Program.

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