February 6, 2024
The Board requires that anyone (including but not limited to students, clinical fellows, licensees, assistant registrant applicants, and temporary assistant applicants) who will be providing professional services under a licensee’s supervision to meet one of the following requirements:
The supervising licensee is responsible for submitting the registration documentation to the Board and ensuring the registration or temporary license has been issued before any services may be provided by the supervisee. Allowing anyone to provide services as outlined in Article 22 and the Administrative Code is a violation of § 90-301A. Unethical acts and practices (2).