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AB 690 allows supervisors to supervise up to six associates at a time in nonexempt settings (i.e. settings that are not government agencies, charitable nonprofits, schools, colleges, or universities). The Board has clarified that this six-supervisee cap applies across all nonexempt settings at which the supervisor provides supervision.
For example, a supervisor who provides supervision at two private practices can supervise a total of six associates across both settings.
Note: The six-associate cap only applies to nonexempt settings. Accordingly, a practitioner who supervises six associates at a private practice can supervise additional supervisees at an exempt setting, such as a school. However, supervisors are never permitted to take on more pre-licensees than they can effectively supervise.
Please feel free to reach out to the CAMFT legal department during normal business hours if you have questions about these issues.
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