BOARD CERTIFICATION IN REHABILITATION PSYCHOLOGY
The American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology (ABRP) is the specialty board of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) devoted to examining and certifying providers who specialize in the practice of Rehabilitation Psychology. CRPPTP recognizes that board certification through ABRP offers consumer protection in the delivery of ethical, professional, and competent Rehabilitation Psychology services. ABPP was incorporated in 1947 and ABRP was incorporated as the certifying board for competence in Rehabilitation Psychology in 1995. It has been a member board of ABPP since 1997. For additional information, visit the ABRP website.
CRPPTP Stance on Board Certification in Rehabilitation Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology
- Member programs in CRPPTP provide comprehensive high quality residency training in Rehabilitation Psychology. These training programs commit to offering a competency-based curriculum for residency training in Rehabilitation Psychology and trainee resources that position graduates of CRPPTP for specialty clinical practice and success in achieving board certification in Rehabilitation Psychology through ABPP/ABRP.
- CRPPTP believes that attainment of board certification in Rehabilitation Psychology is the clearest evidence of competence as a Rehabilitation Psychologist, assuring that all ABPP/ABRP criteria have been met.