Our goal is to provide, you, the Michigan therapist, with the most comprehensive list of resources and tools to make your difficult job a little bit easier. We hope you’ll find our resource list useful, and if we’ve missed any links. Please be sure to let us know.

Michigan Board of Psychology

The board’s website is an informational source for all Michigan related psychology topics. Here you’ll find licensing application forms, licensing eligiblity requirements, general board information and meetings detail, as well as some answers to frequently asked licensing questions. We’ve taken the liberty to break down some of the more difficult to understand licensing information contained on their site right here. So be sure to visit out Michigan Licensing Guide first before jumping to the board’s website.

For a complete list of members and their contact information please follow this link.

Michigan Legislature

Here you’ll find all the laws for the state of Michigan. Follow this link to go directly to Part 182 of the Public Health Code which provides detailed legislature as it relates to the field of psychology. Section 182 of the code will provide you with all applicable definitions, permissible conduct, board information, licensing requirements, and both therapist and client rights.

Psychology General Rules

An extension of the Public Health Code provided by the Michigan Board of Psychology. Aimed at giving more detail, especially in regards to any continuing education questions you may have. Click here to review the general rules of the profession.

Michigan Forms

Psychology License Application and Renewal Form

Use this form to apply or re-new any of your psychology licenses. Be sure to remit the correct license fees and make the checks payable to the STATE OF MICHIGAN.

Education Certification Form

To meet your education requirements for license eligibility you must submit the following form to the state. The certification form must be signed by your school’s program director.

Supervision Evaluation Form

In order to meet your minimum supervision requirements for your license, applicants must submit this supervision form for each supervisor verifying your experience.