licensed psychologist


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licensed psychologist

a person who has earned a doctorate in psychology from an accredited graduate school, has completed 2 to 3 years of postgraduate training with special emphasis on the diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders, and is licensed in the state in which he or she practices. Also called clinical psychologist. See also psychotherapist.
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