OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG USE PROFESSIONALS
330-C:12 Licensed Clinical Supervisor; Scope of Practice.
I. The scope of practice of a licensed clinical supervisor is based on knowledge in the core functions and performance domains to supervise alcohol and drug counselors. This includes administrative, evaluative, clinical, and supportive oversight of the practice of alcohol and drug counselors licensed under this chapter and persons seeking licensure.
II. The licensed clinical supervisor shall:
(a) Exercise responsibility over alcohol and drug counselors concerning all activities, including but not limited to, alcohol and drug counselor development, skill assessment and performance evaluation, staff management and administration, and professional responsibility.
(b) Not permit a supervisee to engage in any practice that the supervisee is not competent to perform.
(c) Be legally and ethically responsible for the supervised activities of the counselors he or she supervises.
(d) Be available or make appropriate provision for emergency consultation and intervention.
(e) Interrupt or stop the supervisee from practicing in given cases, or recommend to the supervisee's employer that the employer interrupt or stop the supervisee from practicing in given cases, and to terminate the supervised relationship, if necessary.
(f) Provide supervision at locations mutually convenient to both the supervisor and the supervisee.
Source. 2008, 189:1, eff. July 1, 2008. 2019, 207:4, eff. Sept. 10, 2019.