Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists

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Welcome to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists' website.

We hope that the information you find here will assist you in accomplishing your purposes in contacting this site. If it does not, do not hesitate to contact us directly by phone or in writing at the following:

333 Guadalupe Street
Tower 2, Room 450
Austin, Texas 78701

Tel. (512) 305-7700*
1-800-821-3205 24-hour, toll-free complaint system
Fax (512) 305-7701

Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Closed State Holidays

*While licensees and members of the public are welcome to contact the Board via telephone for matters requiring immediate attention, you are encouraged to contact agency staff via email for matters which are routine or not time sensitive.  For staff email addresses, please click on the link entitled "Staff Directory" found in the menu to the left.

BHEC Website is Now Online

The website for the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council is now online. The website can be accessed at www.bhec.texas.gov.


To facilitate the database transition to the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council, please note that the Board's online licensing system will be unavailable beginning August 16th through August 31st.  Moreover, licensees and applicants alike are strongly encouraged to review the notice entitled "Upcoming Database Transition and the Impact on Applicants and Licensees" published under the New Developments and Requirements webpage to learn more about how this transition will impact them.


Based upon the latest guidelines from government agencies and health officials regarding the COVID-19 virus, and in keeping with our commitment to the health and safety of our employees and the general public, effective March 23, 2020 and until further notice, the following preventative measures will be taken by the Board and its staff.

No visitors will be allowed in the Board's office and agency staff will begin rotating between working from home and in the office.  Additionally, in an effort to manage continuity of operations under this rotating schedule, all telephone calls will be directed to voicemail.  When leaving a voice message, you must provide your name, phone number and email address, so that staff can respond to your call.  Failure to include this information may hinder the agency's ability to respond in a timely manner.

Callers are strongly encouraged to email staff with any questions they may have, in lieu of leaving a voicemail.  Questions submitted by email must contain the name and phone number for the individual.  Failure to include this information may hinder the agency's ability to respond in a timely manner.  Staff email addresses are available via the staff directory.

If you need to verify a license, you may send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the licensee's name, license number, license issue date, and license expiration date, and agency staff will respond by email indicating whether the information provided is correct.  Agency staff cannot provide you with the issue or expiration dates via telephone or email.  If you do not have the foregoing information or the information you have is incorrect, you will need to submit a request for written verification.  You may download the appropriate form from the Miscellaneous section of the Forms webpage..

If you need to verify whether any disciplinary action has been taken against a licensee, you will need to conduct a public search via the Board's online licensing system.  All disciplinary actions taken against licensees are available through this system.  The public search function can be accessed by clicking here and then clicking on the "Public Search" link.

Public Information Requests
All requests for public information must be submitted in writing by U.S. mail, fax, or email, and must be addressed to Ms. Brenda Skiff, the Board’s Officer for Public Information.  Requests for public information sent to agency staff other than the Board's Officer for Public Information will not receive a response.  Only written requests to the Board's Officer for Public Information trigger the Board’s obligations under the Public Information Act, and requests made via the telephone will not be accepted.  Requests for public information sent via email should be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Individuals requesting public information may utilize the official Texas Public Information Act Information Request Form, a fillable PDF form available for download by clicking here.  Use of this form is not mandatory.
A request for public information should be for documents or other information that is already in existence.  The Board is not required to answer questions, perform legal research, or comply with a continuing request to supply information on a periodic basis as such information is prepared in the future. 
For a more thorough understanding of your rights and the Board’s obligations under the Public Information Act, please click here to download a summary of the Public Information Act.

Military Service Members, Veterans, and Spouses

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists honors and supports our military personnel and veterans returning to civilian life and wishes to thank them for the sacrifices that they and their families have made on behalf of our nation. The skills that men and women acquire in the Armed Forces are valuable. These skills may benefit an individual that decides to pursue a career in psychology.

In accordance with Section 55.009, Occupations Code, the Board provides notice that it has adopted rules that:

  • Assist active duty, former and retired military personnel to receive the credit they earned for military training and education;
  • Extend renewal dates for military personnel, veterans, and spouses;
  • Recognize prior licensure in this state;
  • Recognize substantially equivalent licensure from other jurisdictions; and
  • Waive application and examination fees for military personnel, veterans, and spouses.
Current and prospective licensees are encouraged to review Board rules 463.30, 471.6, 473.1, and 473.2 to review the various options available to military personnel, veterans, and spouses.

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