BigJohn wrote: That's a tricky one! I don't know that anyone has done such a thing before. The best analog to that would be medical doctors, probably. I have known some doctors working here, but they were ABCs, Taiwanese with US passports. It's also possible that some religious organizations with missionaries have provided health care services with non-Taiwanese-citizen practitioners in recent times. I'm no expert, but I'd guess it was theoretically possible but a bureaucratic nightmare unless you found the right "hack", so to speak.
BigJohn wrote:I would suggest that you retain Winkler Partners to do a formal request for information on this topic.
hsinhai78 wrote:tomoya97 wrote:Well, at the end, I changed my mind at the last second, and I chose philosophy instead.... not the smartest thing to do if I want to get a job in the future, but yeah..
My reply may be useful to others who consider becoming a psychologist in Taiwan.
1.) Foreigners are not prohibited from being a psychologist.
2.) Foreigners need to sit the same examinations as ROC nationals before they can practise in Taiwan.
Article 60 of the Psychologist Act http://law.moj.gov.tw/LawClass/LawSingle.aspx?Pcode=L0020098&FLNO=60
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