to the provision of ancillary services by an unlicensed individual, the
psychologist supervising or employing the individual shall provide training in
and establish that the individual has knowledge and understanding of legal and
ethical requirements for maintaining confidentiality, exceptions to
confidentiality, including mandated reporting of suspected abuse or neglect,
and professional ethics. The licensed psychologist shall maintain documentation
that the individual is trained in the aforementioned areas. Documentation of
training shall include the date(s) on which training occurred, the purpose of
the training, the identity of the individual(s) providing the training, and the
total number of hours of training for each date on which the training occurred.
Training in professional ethics shall include the Code of Conduct set forth in
(b) The psychologist shall maintain
documentation of the employee's or supervisee's training for at least seven
years following the termination of ancillary services by ancillary services
(c) A psychologist shall
not employ or supervise individuals to provide ancillary services who have
previously been licensed or certified to practice psychology who have
relinquished their licenses or certification or who have had their licenses or
certification restricted, suspended, or revoked by the Board in North Carolina
or any other jurisdiction.
21 N.C. Admin.
Code 54 .2804
April 1, 2003.
Carolina Register Volume 34, Issue 21, May 1, 2020 effective