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Psychology Doctoral Students & Postdoctoral Trainees

How Does it Work?

During the application process for the National Register Health Service Psychologist credential, you’ll submit documentation of your education, internship, and postdoctoral experience as it happens (Part 1: Internship, Part 2: Doctoral Degree, and Part 3: Postdoctoral Supervised Experience). Doctoral students can also submit practicum hours as early as the first year of graduate school, but this is not required as part of the application. If you meet the credentialing requirements and your application is approved, this documentation is “banked” and you’ll receive access to the many benefits we offer for the duration of your membership.

This is more than a service to bank education and training. As a student or trainee applicant, you’ll immediately receive access to the Journal of Health Service Psychology, our monthly newsletter, the Integrated Healthcare Training Series, our HSP-Community listserv, and clinical webinars.

What Are My Next Steps?

Online application

Is the application fee a barrier for you? Apply for a credentialing scholarship.

Credential review (submit documentation once each stage of education and training have been completed)

Upon approval of your credentialing application

  • Registration materials will be emailed to you.
  • Submit your license for verification.
  • Complete your online registration and submit the appropriate fee.

That’s it!

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The National Register offers credentialing scholarships that cover the cost of the application fee. Scholarships are awarded every April and October.

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