Academic Programs

CAPIC Doctoral Academic Program members must be APA-accredited or must be regionally accredited AND meet CAPIC membership criteria. Click here for CAPIC criteria for Doctoral Program Members.

 Currently, CAPIC has 35 In-State Doctoral Academic Program members (17 APA-accredited), as well as four Out-Of-State Associate Doctoral Academic Program Members.

Click here for a list of CAPIC Doctoral Academic Program Members.

NOTE:  Students themselves cannot become CAPIC program members, but gain access to the CAPIC internship match process through their Doctoral Program.   Students register with CAPIC for online access but are not CAPIC members.  Students: Click here for info on Registration.

 

Important Information for Doctoral Program Members

CAPIC Doctoral Academic Program Dues Schedule Change – July 2011
APA/CoA Implementing Regulations for Accreditation: Policy Statements & Implementing Regulations
American Psychological Association “Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (2002)”
California Department of Consumer Affairs booklet “Professional Therapy Never Includes Sex” Note: It is required, as stated in the 2017 Laws and Regulations Booklet of the CA/BoP, that this booklet be provided to all psychology trainees at the beginning of the year, and it must be documented that they have read it.

Add’l Documents

List of CAPIC Doctoral Academic Program Members
Criteria for membership in this category
Supervision Agreement Form (on BoP website.  Last revised 7/14.)
Verification of Experience Form (on BoP website. Last revised 3/15.)
Laws and Regulations Related to the Practice of Psychology  (on BoP website – Updated 2016)
Doctoral Membership Application Instructions / (Checklist)
CAPIC Offer and Acceptance Policy