Although it may at first seem a difficult task to acquire verification of your experience because of relocation, deaths, etc. of supervisors, a thorough reading of the information above should assure you that we are more than willing to help you locate supervisors, or find possible alternatives in difficult cases (see #41). As well, although a formal internship may not have been required during your training, you still may have completed an organized training program which would fulfill our guidelines. You may also complete an internship postdoctorally, even after your other required postdoctoral supervised experience, if need be. It is important to note that it is possible for you to be credentialed although you completed your training many years ago. Please request an application and we will be happy to assist you in any way towards expediting the credential review procedure.
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