Members of the public may conduct an online public search for a licensee by clicking on the button below. The information available through a public search includes the license status (e.g., active, inactive), date of first licensure (i.e., the issuance date for the first license received), rank date (i.e., the issuance date for the current license held), expiration (expiry) date, any specialty designations associated with the license (e.g., supervisor status), as well as any publicly available disciplinary history. If a licensee has a publicly available disciplinary history the search results will contain a section entitled Reports Available for Download. This section will contain a link to any disciplinary action taken against the licensee. If no such section appears in the search results then the licensee does not have any publicly available disciplinary history.
The information available through the online verification system is both accurate and based upon agency records. Search results from the online verification system are considered primary source verification.
NOTE: A licensee’s address of record is only available through a request for information under the Public Information Act. Additionally, information concerning current complaint status, current investigation status, or previously dismissed complaints is not available through public search results or the Public Information Act.
TexasOnline Professional Profiling System
In accordance with Section 2054.2606 of the Government Code, the Council is required to collect information from licensed psychologists and make this information available to the public through TexasOnline. The purpose is to provide the public with access to information about psychologists to allow them the ability to make better-informed decisions regarding their selection of service providers.
Members of the public may access and view the professional profiles of all licensed psychologists in Texas, as well as several other health related professions, by clicking here.
PLEASE NOTE: Much of the data in the online profile system is self-reported by the license holders. Therefore, neither the State of Texas nor the Council accept any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or usefulness of this information. Should you have any concern as to the accuracy of the data in this system, please contact the license holder for clarification.