BBS Allows Scanned Forms

The BBS has always required original forms with wet signatures to be submitted with the application for licensure.  The BBS hosted a FB Live session on Friday, May 8.  During this session they stated that scanned forms will be accepted during the COVID-19 pandemic.   What does this mean?  You can email your experience verification form to your supervisor for a signature and he/she can sign it, scan it and email it back to you.  It is unclear when/if the BBS will revert back to requiring wet signatures but for now you can submit scanned documents.

California DCA issues a waiver allowing video supervision for MFT Trainees, AMFTs, APCCs & ASWs

The California DCA has issued a waiver allowing BBS registrants (MFT Trainees, AMFTs, APCCs and ASWs) in all work settings to receive two-way, real-time video supervision as of May 6, 2020. The relevant sections of the waiver are pasted below. Prior to this waiver face-to-face supervision was required in any setting other than a governmental entity, school, college, university, or an institution that is nonprofit and charitable. Accordingly, the Director waives Business and Professions Code section 4980.36, subdivisions (d)(1)(B)(ii) and (d)(1)(B)(vi)(II) and section 4999.33, subdivision (c)(3)(K) to the extent they require student trainees to provide “face-to-face” mental health services i

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