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C. Supervisory qualifications. A person who provides supervision for a resident in professional
1. Document two years of post-licensure clinical experience;
2. Have received professional training in supervision, consisting of three credit hours or 4.0
quarter hours in graduate-level coursework in supervision or at least 20 hours of continuing
education in supervision offered by a provider approved under 18VAC115-20-106. Persons who
have provided supervision for a residency prior to September 3, 2008 shall complete such
coursework or continuing education by September 3, 2010; and
3. Shall hold an active, unrestricted license as a professional counselor, marriage and family
therapist, substance abuse treatment practitioner, school psychologist, clinical psychologist,
clinical social worker, or psychiatrist in the jurisdiction where the supervision is being provided.
At least 100 hours of the supervision shall be rendered by a licensed professional counselor.
D. Supervisory responsibilities.
1. Supervision by any individual whose relationship to the resident compromises the objectivity
of the supervisor is prohibited.
2. The supervisor of a resident shall assume full responsibility for the clinical activities of that
resident specified within the supervisory contract for the duration of the residency.
3. The supervisor shall complete evaluation forms to be given to the resident at the end of each
4. The supervisor shall report the total hours of residency and shall evaluate the applicant's
competency in the six areas stated in subdivision B 1 of this section.
E. Applicants shall document successful completion of their residency on the Verification of
Supervision Form at the time of application. Applicants must receive a satisfactory competency
evaluation on each item on the evaluation sheet. Supervised experience obtained prior to April
12, 2000, may be accepted toward licensure if this supervised experience met the board's
requirements which were in effect at the time the supervision was rendered.