839 IAC 1-4-5 - Supervision for marriage and family therapist licensure applicants

Current through March 30, 2022

Authority: IC 25-23.6-2-8

Affected: IC 25-23.6-8-2.5; IC 25-23.6-8-2.7

Sec. 5.

(a) As used in IC 25-23.6-8-2.5, "qualified supervisor" means any of the following:
(1) An American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy approved supervisor.
(2) An American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy supervisor candidate.
(3) A supervisor who has demonstrated to the marriage and family therapy section of the board possession of a master's degree or higher in the mental health field, training and supervision in marriage and family therapy that focused on family systems, and completion of at least thirty (30) clock hours in marriage and family therapy supervision training.
(b) As used in IC 25-23.6-8-2.7, "equivalent supervisor" means an individual who is licensed in a mental health field or, if the supervision was provided in a state where no regulation exists, by a mental health professional of equivalent status, and is any of the following:
(1) An American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy approved supervisor.
(2) An American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy supervisor candidate.
(3) A supervisor who:
(A) demonstrates to the board training, education, and experience in marriage and family therapy by providing to the board:
(i) a state marriage and family therapy credential;
(ii) American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy clinical membership; or
(iii) other documentation of training, education, and experience in individual, couple, and family therapy; and
(B) provides documentation of training, education, and experience in individual, couple, and family therapy supervision by providing to the board:
(i) a state marriage and family therapy credential to provide marriage and family therapy supervision;
(ii) completed course work or continuing education in marriage and family therapy supervision;
(iii) significant marriage and family therapy supervised supervision experience; or
(iv) more than five (5) years experience supervising marriage and family therapy.

Notes

839 IAC 1-4-5
Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board; 839 IAC 1-4-5; filed Dec 29, 1998, 10:57 a.m.: 22 IR 1507, eff Jul 1, 1999; filed Oct 1, 2003, 9:28 a.m.: 27 IR 518; readopted filed Dec 1, 2009, 9:12 a.m.: 20091223-IR-839090777RFA; filed Jun 29, 2011, 9:12 a.m.: 20110727-IR-839090811FRA Readopted filed 12/1/2017, 1:53 p.m.: 20171227-IR-839170403RFA

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