Dr. Dale is a Licensed Psychologist in Kansas (#706), Missouri (#2015008884), and Texas (#38137), but can practice in other jurisdictions as part of PSYPACT or by obtaining a temporary license.
E.Passport & Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) under PSYPACT.
Dr. Dale has an E.Passport and an Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) through the PSYPACT program coordinated by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). Mobility number: IPC 5175. https://psypact.org/page/telepsychology
The E.Passport and APIT allow a PsyPact registered psychologist to do two things: (1) they can practice telepsychology from the Psychologist’s Home State to any state registered in the PSYPACT compact and (2) they can practice psychology face-to-face for up to 30 days in any of the compact states. Currently, there are 24 states that have passed PsyPact legislation. PsyPact is in effect in 18 states; six states have passed the legislation with future effective dates (with the effective dates in parentheses below):
Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC) under PSYPACT
Dr. Dale also has an Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (IPC) that allows him to provide temporary, in-person, face-to-face psychological services in PSYPACT participating states for up to 30 days each year. These services can include clinical evaluations and psychotherapy, forensic evaluations (including child custody evaluations), and forensic consultations.
Additional Temporary Licenses in Different Jurisdictions
Dr. Dale is also able to apply for temporary psychology licenses in other non-PSYPACT states when this is necessary to conduct an evaluation or serve as an expert witness. His status as Board Certified Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology often makes this process easier and quicker.