: On Becoming a California-Licensed Psychologist: An Informational Workshop
Date/Time: May 11, 2012, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Presenter: Sharon Jablon, PhD
Description: This two-hour presentation will focus on the requirements for licensure in California, with an emphasis on the two examinations that licensure candidates are required to pass: the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) and the California Psychology Supplemental Examination (CPSE).
Dr. Jablon will outline the nuts and bolts of the EPPP and CPSE, including the application process, test administration and scoring, areas of test emphasis, and upcoming changes to the tests. Discussion will also focus on strategies for test success as well as resources for test preparation.
Bio: Dr. Jablon is a licensed psychologist and the founder and president of PSYCHPREP, Inc., a test-preparation company established in the early 1990s, specializing in helping licensure candidates pass the EPPP and the CPSE.
Dr. Jablon also has worked as a clinical psychologist in the field for 20 years, primarily with the veteran population. She currently divides her time between the Veterans’ Administration’s Los Angeles Ambulatory Care Clinic in downtown Los Angeles and PSYCHPREP, where she and a team of educational consultants continue to develop, revise, and improve the test-preparation programs.
She teaches PSYCHPREP workshops, and provides one-on-one consultation for prospective test-takers. Dr. Jablon also provides training seminars on law and ethics to psychology professionals.