Supervision in North Carolina

All Applicants, Provisionally Licensed Psychologists, and Licensed Psychological Associates are required to have a Supervision Contract Form on file at all times, regardless of employment setting or activities in which the individual may, or may not, currently be engaged (e.g., unemployment, practice in-state, practice out-of-state, work in another field, etc.).  A Supervision Contract Form must be filed within 30 days of a change in, or termination of, the conditions of the existing contract on file with the Board.  Contracts cover current activities.

Click here to see all the details and necessary forms needed on the NC Psychology Board's website. 

 

Info about Supervision directly from the NC Psychology Board produced copy of the North Carolina Psychology Practice Act

North Carolina Psychology Practice Act (Recodified) 90-270.139 - Application; examination; supervision; provisional and temporary licenses
Click here to view. (look on page two, about halfway down the right column)


Required Supervision Course from the NC Psychology Board

The NC Psychology Board's Online Supervisor Training Course can now be found online.  

All licensees of the NC Psychology Board who engage in the Board-required supervision of an applicant for licensure, an LPA, a provisionally licensed psychologist, or a licensed psychologist who is under a consent order, must complete a one-time, three-hour online supervisor training course, which includes a very brief examination.  The online training course must be completed by December 31, 2022.  

If the training course is not completed by December 31, 2022, a licensee can no longer provide Board-required supervision until the training is completed.


How Do I Take the Course?  

The online Supervisor Training course can be found on the CE Broker website (www.cebroker.com).   In order to access the online training course, follow these steps:

  1. Sign into your CE Broker account at cebroker.com. (it is the same account you established with CE Broker to submit your CE documentation for renewals)
  2. Once signed in, click on My Learning on the top menu.
  3. Then click on Discover on the sub menu. 
  4. Scroll down to the “Supervision of Licensees and Applicants in North Carolina” course and click on Take It Here. (if you do not see the course, click on the In Progress tab and click on Find Courses to search for the course).
  5. The click on Start Course

Questions?  

Questions about accessing the online training course or about technical issues with the training course should be directed to CE Broker and not the Board office.  If you contact the Board office, you will be directed to CE Broker.  CE Broker’s support center is open 8AM- 8PM ET, Monday through Friday and can be reached at 877-434-6323 or  [email protected]


I Do Not Provide Supervision: Do I have to take the course?  

Licensees who currently are not providing Board-required supervision to applicants for licensure, LPAs, provisionally licensed psychologists, or licensed psychologists who are under a consent order, but may do so in the future, will need to complete the online training course before they will be approved by the Board to provide such supervision.  Licensees who do not currently provide Board-required supervision and do not plan to do so in the future may still take the training course, as all licensees who complete the training course and pass the brief examination can count three hours of Category A continuing education for the renewal period in which the training is completed. 


NCPA Members Who Offer Supervision
Click here to view a current list of NCPA members who offer supervision. If you see someone of interest, use our Find a Psychologist Directory to look them up and read more details. 

 

If you are a psychologist and NCPA member level Investor or above, who already offers Supervision, click here to view further details in our Online Practice Toolkit. (Remember, to use this link, you must use your NCPA member username and password.)