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Looking to connect with others studying for the same exam?

Joining a private study group is easy and free!  Click on the link below to visit the Study Group page for your exam, complete the short form found at the top of the page, and you will then be added to a private study group and connected with others studying for the same exam and with a similar exam date.

EPPP

Social Work

Counseling

Law and Ethics

MFT

BCBA

 

Not studying for an exam?  Find your dream job among more than 50,000 behavioral and mental health career opportunities at Triad Jobs Marketplace

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Wondering how keep your study plan on track during the summer?

It is finally that time of year: the sun is shining, birds are chirping, kids are out from school and you…are stuck inside studying. Summer can be a natural time for many people to study for their licensure, especially those working as school psychologists or teaching in universities. It can also be a time for weddings, vacations, family reunions and a lot of distractors as well. So here are a few tips to combat those summer study blues.

Keep reading here. 

Just graduated and not sure where to start? Here are some helpful tips and resources.

Congratulations to those of you in our community who have recently graduated! This is an immense achievement reflecting years of hard work and dedication and is an accomplishment that deserves recognition.

Now that you have graduated and might be beginning your advanced degree or your career search, you may also be wondering where to start. We've gathered some tips and resources for you to take with you as you join the behavioral and mental health professional community as a graduate of your program.

For those applying or attending grad school:

For those starting their careers: