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The IPC is also an important component of the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT).  In order to provide temporary in-person, face-to-face psychological services within participating compact states, a psychologist must hold an Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC). If your intent is to use the IPC, if granted, as a part of PSYPACT, please note that you will be unable to do so until the newly established PSYPACT Commission drafts/finalizes the Bylaws and Rules that will govern PSYPACT. It is also important to note that to use the IPC as a part of PSYPACT in the future, you will be required to hold a current and active psychology license, based on a doctoral degree, in at least one PSYPACT participating state. 

For more information about PSYPACT and its use of the IPC, click HERE.

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