In reading the eligibility requirements for training, it is mentioned that one must be a student at an accredited school (ref. to graduate students here). There are many accrediting bodies. Is APA (or AMA or ADA) accreditation required? I have noticed on the APA web site that for a professional to be certified by the APA he only needs to have graduated with a doctoral degree from a school that is accredited regionally. It wouldn't seem to make much sense if one wasn't eligible for training while a student (due to not going to an APA accredited school), but then after graduation was, due to his being eligible as a professional for APA certification? I know this is somewhat legalistic, but I'm trying to figure out where I'm at. Thanks.
I know this is somewhat legalistic, but I'm trying to figure out where I'm at.
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