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However, it must be noted that these exit awards are not BACP accredited qualifications. Counselors usually need only a master’s degree. Frey of Boyertown, education, with distinction. In July 2009, the California State University Chancellor's Office approved impaction status for the Psychology Department. Request information to learn more about Capella’s psychology degree offerings. Most states require completion of a doctoral degree and clinical post-doctoral internship and a passing score on the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology.

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