Indiana State Psychology Board
Waiver of Distance Learning CE Caps: Pursuant to Executive Order 20-21, the limitation on how many hours of Continuing Education may be completed via distance learning has been suspended. The requirements of IC 25-33-2-2 have been waived to allow for a psychologist to utilize distance learning to complete their Containing Education requirements for licensure renewal. A copy of the order may be found HERE.
Mental Health Professionals & Telehealth: Pursuant to Executive Order 20-05, all licensed mental health professionals in the State of Indiana are permitted to conduct their work via telehealh. All statutes and rules that are applicable during remote practice must still be observed; however the requirement that the patient be physically present with the professional is suspended until the end of the public health crisis.
Critical Fingerprinting: The following license types have been deemed critial by the Indiana Department of Administration and will be given priority for the purposes of getting fingerprinting completed.
License Types: Psychologists
PLA Remote Work: In response to COVID-19 and the impact it is having on the State of Indiana, the Professional Licensing Agency will have the majority of our staff working remotely in the coming weeks. While routine operations of the agency will continue, please note that there may be disruptions or delays in the processing of your requests. Please prioritize the usage of email to communicate with our staff whenever possible and scan any documents that need to be processed. We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we work best to protect our staff and serve Hoosiers in these ever-changing times.
Important notice regarding changes to the law affecting the practice of telepsychology by licensed psychologists in the state:
Effective July 1st, 2019, pursuant to House Enrolled Act 1200, licensed psychologists in the state of Indiana may use telepsychology. House Enrolled Act 1200 further requires the psychologist who uses telepsychology to ensure that confidential communications stored electronically cannot be recovered or accessed by unauthorized persons when the psychologist disposes of electronic equipment and data.
For more information and a copy of House Enrolled Act 1200, please visit the Indiana General Assembly
website at iga.in.gov.
Apply online now!
Go to MyLicense.IN.gov and you will either need to create or login to your Access Indiana, single sign-on account. You will complete the online application and submit payment with a credit or debit card. You will be contacted by a customer service representative with details of what additional documentation is required to complete your application. Applications are processed in the order received.
Please note that all applications and forms must have original signatures. Electronically submitted applications and forms will not be acceptable from September 12, 2016 forward.
Criminal Background Check Information
Statutes & Rules
Verification Of Practitioner License/Duplicate Pocket cards
Continuing Education Requirements & Sponsorship Information
Cindy Vaught, Board Director
Dana Brooks, Assistant Director
Rejina Henderson-Stigger, Customer Service Representative
Emma Vise, Customer Service Representative
Amanda Phillips, Customer Service Representative
Professional Licensing Agency
Attn: Indiana State Psychology Board
402 W. Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Staff Phone: 317-234-2054
Staff Fax: 317-233-4236
Staff Email: email@example.com