Rule 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";
(G) To assure that supervisees have non-exploitative employment or training experiences; and,
(H) To make available the general administrative, supervisory, and mental health expertise of licensed psychologists providing mental health worker supervision, as that term is defined in paragraph (C) of rule 4732-13-03 of the Administrative Code.
Last updated May 3, 2023 at 11:13 AM