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Agency 102

Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board

Article 8.—Applied Behavior Analysis

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102-8-6. Supervision. (a) Each licensed assistant behavior analyst shall be supervised by a licensed behavior analyst.
(b) Each licensed assistant behavior analyst shall receive at least 12 supervision sessions annually. Each supervision session shall require two-way interactions involving real-time visual and auditory contact. The supervision shall include the following:
(1) At least one monthly supervision session of at least one hour each. At least two of the 12 supervision sessions shall be conducted with the supervisee in person and shall include direct observation of the supervisee's provision of applied behavior analysis services to clients. Except as specified in this paragraph, no more than half of the supervision sessions may be conducted in group supervision. Under extenuating circumstances approved by the board, additional group supervision may be allowed. The licensee shall submit a written request to the board with a detailed explanation of the extenuating circumstances that are the basis of the licensee's request, which shall be submitted no later than 30 days before the request would take effect; and
(2) review, discussion, and recommendations focusing on the supervisee's practice of applied behavior analysis.
(c) Each supervisor and each supervisee shall maintain documentation of the supervision for three years after the date of supervision. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2015 Supp. 65-7505; effective, T-102-6-29-16, June 29, 2016; effective Nov. 14, 2016.)
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