Beginning July 1, 2020, psychologists practicing in PSYPACT states (including Nevada) can apply for credentials to practice telepsychology in other PSYPACT states. The credentialing process involves applying for and obtaining the E. Passport and the Authority to Practice Telepsychology (APIT) from the PSYPACT Commission. Once the APIT and E Passport are obtained, psychologists can practice telepsychology in other PSYPACT states without obtaining additional licenses in those states.
For text of the compact in Nevada, see Nevada Revised Statutes 641.227 or visit the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) at https://www.asppb.net/.
Please note that the E Passport and APIT apply only for PSYPACT states. You will not be able to practice telepsychology in a state not under the compact unless you are licensed in that state.
Application forms for the APIT and E Passport are available on the PSYPACT website (https://www.asppb.net/page/PSYPACT). There, you can view the eligibility requirements for the credentials, review the Governance Documents, and view current PSYPACT states and states with pending legislation to join PSYPACT.