Wyoming Psychology Education Overview

Psychology Licensure in Wyoming

Wyoming is a state famous for its beauty and wide open spaces. There are a multitude of career options as a psychologist in Wyoming for those who have their license. Whether you want to work at a school in Jackson Hole, or set up a private practice in Cheyenne, you will find a vast array of professional settings you can work within once you have attained licensure. Wyoming contains a total population of over 568,000 people. Even though Wyoming is the second least densely populated state, psychologists are still needed within various contexts. Wyoming has a mean yearly wage of $67,210 for its Psychologists as is shown by a visit to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics website1. If you feel you would enjoy helping children with their emotional healing, then you may wish to seek work at one of Wyoming’s 48+ School districts2. If you enjoy working in fast paced ever changing environments, then finding employment at one of Wyoming’s 26+ major hospitals3 might be an excellent career fit. Finding the perfect career for your temperament and personal talents is very likely given all the career venues for licensed Psychologists in Wyoming. Below you will find our step-by-step guide to becoming licensed as a Psychologist in Wyoming.

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Required Educational Background

It is a challenging road to travel on to earn your license in Psychology in the state of Wyoming, but at journey’s end you will find it well worth the effort. Wyoming is one of the few states that allow the practice of licensure with a Master’s degree. Before you can apply for licensure, you will first need to earn your Bachelor of Psychology.

Earning a Bachelor of Psychology is a great way to learn about both your possible career in Psychology and the degree itself is a great degree to earn in its own right. If you find that you don’t resonate with a career as a licensed psychologist, you will discover that your degree in psychology is still extremely valuable for finding a career in human services. A Bachelor’s in Psychology degree is a very attractive resume item for prospective employers in human services.

Wyoming does not allow those with less than a doctorate to have licensure in. However, once you have attained your Master’s – even if you decide you do not want to finish your schooling and earn your doctorate – you will find that your degree is a highly valued commodity for many human services jobs.

Field Experience

To fulfill your field experience component, you will need to do the following actions:

  • You are required to accumulate 2 full years of field experience.
  • You will need to complete an internship or practicum to fulfill one of the two years of experience required. You can find more information about your internship/practicum requirements here:
  • At least one of these years is required to be completed once you have earned your doctorate.
  • You will need to apply for licensure, get approval for and take your examination as explained below.

You will want to learn about the Wyoming specific rules and regulations for licensure. These laws change so it is good to make sure you have current information, you can find that information here:


Once you have completed your field experience you can apply to take the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP).

  • Pass the EPPP with a score meeting the Wyoming minimum.

You can find some helpful information about your EPPP here: