Weekly live supervision groups that focus on Marriage and Family Therapy models as well as the legal and ethical issues of providing therapeutic services.
Prior to licensing, all new Marriage and Family Therapists must have weekly supervision. We provide supervision, guidance and assistance to help you get your career underway.
You gain experience and knowledge, along with the needed supervision from experts with years of practices in Marriage and Family Therapy.
In accordance with Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), §451J-1:
“”Clinical supervision”” means the supervision of no more than six persons at the same time who are acquiring and completing clinical experience in accordance with section 451J-7(2) and (3), by a licensed marriage and family therapist whose license has been in good standing in any state for two years preceding commencement and during the term of supervision, or any licensed mental health professional whose license has been in good standing in any state and who has been a clinical member in good standing of the association for the two years preceding commencement and during the term of supervision. Clinical supervision includes but is not limited to case consultation of the assessment and diagnosis of presenting problems, development and implementation of treatment plans, and the evaluation of the course of treatment. Clinical supervision may include direct observation by the qualified supervisor of the provision of marriage and family therapy services.”
Act 028 Relating to Continuing Education for Marriage and Family Therapists requires licensed marriage and family therapists in Hawaii to complete a minimum of forty-five (45) credit hours of continuing education (“”CE””) during each licensing renewal triennium, beginning January 1, 2017. A minimum of six (6) credit hours shall be in ethics courses.”
The continuing education course required to meet the qualifications for a qualified supervisor pursuant to Section 491.005, F.S., and subparagraphs 64B4-11.007(3)(a)2., paragraph 64B4-21.007(3)(b), and subparagraph 64B4-31.007(3)(a)2., F.A.C., must be offered by a Board approved provider of continuing education and consist of the following:”