County Supply and Distribution Tables - Psychologists

A psychologist may hold more than one type of license; therefore, a psychologist may be included in more than one of the specific license type tables. The unduplicated count tables below contain the total number of licensees for that year; however, duplicate records (for example, a person who is included in the licensed psychologists table and the licensed specialists in school psychology table) have been removed so each licensee is counted only once. The unduplicated count table best represents the total number of psychologists actively practicing in Texas, without regard for license type. Please direct scope of practice inquiries to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.

2018 Psychologists (All) by County (7,969) - September

2017 Psychologists (All) by County (7,787) - September

2016 Psychologists (All) by County (7,639) - September

2015 Psychologists (All) by County (7,452) - September

2014 Psychologists (All) by County (7,382) - September

2013 Psychologists (All) by County (7,243) - September

2012 Psychologists (All) - Data Not Available

2011 Psychologists (All) - Data Not Available

2010 Psychologists (All) by County (6,547) - September

2009 Psychologists (All) by County (6,316) - September

2008 Psychologists (All) by County (6,257) - September

Data prior to 2008 may be available. Please contact the Health Professions Resource Center for more information.

Licensing Board and Data Source

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists adopts rules for the regulation of persons wishing to practice as psychologists in Texas. The board issues four types of licenses: licensed psychological associate, licensed psychologist, licensed specialist in school psychology, and provisionally licensed psychologist.

Information regarding the education requirements, licensure requirements, and responsibilities of psychologists can be found on the website of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.