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Mobility Program Overview

The ASPPB Mobility Program was established in 1998 to facilitate professional mobility in the psychology profession. A unique feature of the ASPPB Mobility Program is that it functions as both a credentials record and a progressive application for our other mobility services. When you start your ASPPB Credentials Bank® record you are completing the first steps towards a future Psychology Licensure Universal System (PLUS)®, E.Passport, Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC)® or Certificate of Professional Qualification (CPQ)® application.

Mobility Program Name

Mobility Program Description

Grad Student, Trainee or Unlicensed?

Early Career Psychologist (licensed less than five years)?

Psychologist licensed more than five years?

ASPPB Credentials Bank®

The ASPPB Credentials Bank provides safe, long term, electronic storage for professional documents.


Psychology Licensure Universal System (PLUS)®

*applicable for licensure in participating jurisdictions only

The Psychology Licensure Universal System or "PLUS" is an online system designed to allow individuals to apply for licensure, certification, or registration in any state, province, or territory in the United States or Canada currently participating in the PLUS program.


E.Passport - Coming Soon!! The E. Passport promotes standardization in the criteria of interjurisdictional telepsychology practice and facilitates the process for licensed psychologists to provide telepsychological services across jurisdictional lines. The E. Passport also provides more consistent regulation of interjurisdictional telepsychology practice and allows consumers of psychological services to benefit from regulated interjurisdictional telepsychology practice.  

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 at least 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.


Certificate of Professional Qualification (CPQ)®

The purpose of the CPQ is to document that the individual holding the certificate has met specific requirements in licensure, education, examination and training and has never had disciplinary actions taken against his or her license. Psychology licensing boards that accept the CPQ have agreed to accept the CPQ holder's educational preparation, supervised experience and examination performance for licensure.


Note:  indicates you are eligible to apply

See the ASPPB Mobility Program Policies and Procedures for more information regarding the history and eligibility requirements for each program.

Additional Services 
ASPPB EPPP Score Transfer Service
The ASPPB Score Transfer Service maintains a permanent record of EPPP scores and, at a candidate's request, the service will report the candidate's EPPP score to the licensing board of another state or province in which the candidate seeks licensure or certification. The EPPP score report will also include a review of ASPPB's Disciplinary Data System to determine if a disciplinary sanction imposed on the candidate's license has been reported by a psychology licensing board.

ASPPB Closed Record Verification Service (CRVS)
As psychology training programs/schools close, ASPPB offers to permanently store the records of psychologists having attended the program/school as an agent for the primary source. ASPPB will maintain the records indefinitely and the records forwarded to ASPPB by the programs are unchanged from the original records. This ensures availability of the records for future purposes of psychology licensure.

For information regarding all program and service fees, see the ASPPB Mobility Program Fee Chart.

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For more information, contact the ASPPB Mobility Program.

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