1. This section applies to postdoctoral supervised employment in the practice of psychology
and industrial-organizational psychology.
2. Before starting supervised employment, a psychologist with at least three years
of post-license practice experience must be identified as the primary supervisor. The primary supervisor must have a competency in supervision in professional psychology
in the general area of practice being supervised.
3. Supervision must occur weekly and consist of at least one hundred hours of direct
supervision, either face-to-face or through distance communications. At least fifty of the hours of supervision must be with the primary supervisor. Additional hours of supervision may be with other professionals designated by the
supervisor and competent in the area of practice being supervised. The board may adopt rules to prorate supervision for individuals preparing for licensure
on a part-time basis.
4. a. An applicant seeking registration as a resident shall submit the following to
(1) A supervision relationship form;
(2) An application initiation form and fee; and
(3) A completed online licensure application.
b. The board shall register an applicant as a resident if the documentation submitted
by the applicant confirms the applicant meets the standards required by law.
c. The board shall adopt rules setting forth the requirements necessary to maintain
a residency, including rules related to the supervision requirements for residents.
5. The board may adopt rules regarding postdoctoral psychology and industrial-organizational
psychology supervision requirements and reporting.
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