Review Course for the PEP (Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists)
The Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists (PEP) was developed by the APA Practice Organization's College of Professional Psychology as part of the credentialing of licensed psychologists receiving postdoctoral training in psychopharmacology.
This Review Course covers the major content areas of the PEP. It is based on 16 hours of live prep sessions over the Internet, which were recorded and have been edited for re-use. You will see all the slides and you will hear the Instructor's discussing the material. In some cases, small videos of the Instructor are also included.
You can access this course and review the material as frequently as you need to. There is no time limit or expiration.
Instructors: This course is taught by Dr. John Bolter, a prescribing Medical Psychologist and CSPP psychopharmacology faculty member, and Dr. Randall Tackett, Pharmacologist and faculty member at CSPP and University of Georgia. Both of these instructors are very familiar with the PEP and have taught this Review Course several times over the past 10 years.
Suggested Text to accompany the course: Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists, edited by Mark Muse and Bret A. Moore, published by the American Psychological Association, 2012. The chapters of this book are modeled on the PEP, and written as reviews for the exam.
CE: 16 HoursFor questions about course content and the PEP, email Psychopharm@alliant.edu
For questions about the registration or CE certificates, email firstname.lastname@example.org