A. If the Board determines, after a hearing conducted under A.R.S. Title 41, Chapter 6, Article 10, after an informal interview under A.R.S. § 32-2081(K), or through an agreement with the Board, that to protect public health and safety and ensure a licensee’s ability to engage safely in the practice of psychology, it is necessary to require that the licensee practice psychology for a specified term under the supervision of another licensee, the Board shall enter into an agreement with the licensee regarding the disciplinary supervision.
B. Payment between a supervisor and supervisee.
1. A licensed psychologist who enters into an agreement with the Board or is ordered by the Board to practice psychology under the supervision of another licensee may pay the supervising licensee for the supervisory service; and
2. A licensed psychologist who provides supervisory service to a licensed psychologist who has been ordered by the Board or entered into an agreement with the Board to practice psychology under supervision may accept payment for the supervisory service.
C. A licensed psychologist who supervises a licensed psychologist who has entered an agreement with the Board or been ordered by the Board to practice psychology under supervision is professionally responsible only for work specified in the agreement or order.