If you are considering training university interns or employing or contracting licensure candidates (LPCC, SWC, MFTC), starting February 1, 2023, you will need either:
For approval, the applicant will attest that the requirements are met. As of Oct 1, 2022 the policy is that the RAEs will accept attestations, but not the entire set of documents.
To begin, email the RAEs and ask for their "supervision endorsement packet" or "supervision attestation form"
Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RAE 1) RAE_BH_PR@rmhp.org
Northeast Health Partners (RAE 2) email@example.com
Health Colorado (RAE 4) firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado Access (RAE 3, 5, & DHMC) Provider.Contracting@coaccess.com
CCHA RAE 6: email@example.com
CCHA RAE 7: firstname.lastname@example.org
Requirements. Clinics will attest that these requirements are met.
The supervisee’s mandatory disclosure statement must clearly state that they are under supervision and by whom.
HPCF/RAEs require "regular evaluation of the supervisee’s progress with a rubric that is tied to the responsibilities assigned."
Supervision Policy sections:
A "policy describing how providers credential their practitioners, requiring monthly checks of federal exclusion databases (OIG and SAM) of the unlicensed providers" is required.
OIG search page: https://exclusions.oig.hhs.gov/
SAM search page: https://sam.gov/content/exclusions
The "requirements [policies and procedures] may also be contained within a supervisory contract and/or employee handbook."
Supervisor and supervisee are to follow all applicable laws and ethical guidelines of the profession.
● LPC Supervisors meet all criteria for supervisors outlined in 4 CCR 737-1
● LAC, LCSW, LMFT, PsyD/PhD Supervisors have advanced training/experience in supervising unlicensed clinicians