1. Serve as collaborator in human behavioral issues with, and consultant to, community agencies, health care providers, and organizational leaders.

d. Supervision.

  1. Master’s level graduates who have recently (within the past year) obtained a master’s level license such as an LPC or psychological associate license, will be fully supervised during their first year of employment as a behavioral health practitioner.

  2. LPCs or psychological associates with 2 or more years’ experience (after attaining licensure), will receive general supervision, according to the individual’s level of competence, as assessed by his/her supervisor.

  3. LPCs or psychological associates with more than 2 years’ experience and with post-master’s work leading to a specialty degree, will require supervision in their specialty with difficult, high-risk cases, or for cases in which one or more of the patient’s problems fall outside the scope of the counselor’s specialty.

REFERENCE

US Army. 2009. Army Regulation 40–68. Medical Services. Clinical Quality Management. Rapid Action Revision (RAR) Issue Date May 22, 2009. http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/pdf/r40_68.pdf. (Accessed October 3, 2009).



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