4732-13-02 Purposes of supervision.

Supervision by a licensed psychologist or a licensed school psychologist of an unlicensed or licensed person as described in rule 4732-13-01 of the Administrative Code shall have the following purposes:

(A) To protect the welfare of clients receiving psychological services from a supervisee of a licensed psychologist or a licensed school psychologist;

(B) To protect the welfare of persons who serve as training subjects for students learning psychological procedures, or as psychology subjects for classroom demonstrations or research;

(C) To structure the activities of the supervisee so that competent services of a psychological nature by an unlicensed person can safely be made available to clients;

(D) To assure that the unlicensed person functions within the limits of his/her competence;

(E) To assure that training of an unlicensed person who intends to apply to the board for licensure occurs in a variety of activities relevant to the profession and to his/her academic background;

(F) To assure that the training of a licensed person who seeks supervised experience will:

(1) Expand competence in a recognized subspecialty for which the licensed person has inadequate training but does have the appropriate academic background; or

(2) Satisfy retraining requirements according to recognized standards of the "American Psychological Association"; or

(G) To assure that supervisees have non-exploitative employment or training experiences;

(H) To make available the general administrative, supervisory, and mental health expertise of licensed psychologists in regulating the delivery of services of other mental health professionals, as provided by law.

Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 03/16/2015 and 09/18/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4732.06
Rule Amplifies: 4732.06, 4732.10, 4732.22, 3923.28
Prior Effective Dates: 4/15/75, 9/1/81, 10/1/90