Software Update - New MFT Experience Verification Form (May 2015)

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The BBS has released a new Marriage and Family Therapist Experience Verification Form that replaces the old form from this point forward. TrackYourHours has been updated so when you generate an Experience Verification Form the new form is populated for any hours logged on or after January 1, 2010 (the BBS is retaining the pre-2010 form).  Here is a summary of the changes: 

  • A new field was added to indicate whether hours reported are pre- or post-degree. 
  • A new field was added to report your Intern Number.
  • A new field “Date First Licensed” was added under the supervisor section. 
  • Under the supervisor section the question “If a LPCC, did you meet the qualifications to treat couples and families during the entire period of supervision, as specified in California law?” was added. In addition, the date the qualifications were met must be reported. When the update goes live these questions will be added to the add/edit Supervisor page in TYH. When you select LPCC for the license type of a supervisor you will be prompted to answer these questions so they can populate the form. 
  • The question about receiving payment as an intern now includes a box for “N/A (pre-degree experience)". 
  • Hours reported for the categories Administering and evaluating psych tests, etc. and CCA are now separated based on the date the hours were earned. For these two categories all hours logged between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2011 are reported in the left column. All hours logged from January 1, 2012 forward are reported in the right column. 
  • Supervision per week is now reported as units instead of hours. This does not impact individual supervision (1 hour = 1 unit) but it does impact group supervision (2 hours = 1 unit)

Don't get overwhelmed by all of the changes to the form.  All you have to do is go to the Reports & Forms page and click and the new form will be populated.

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    kristine mendenhall

    Anyone know if we have to redo forms already signed! I don't have access to some supervisors at prior sites

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    Maria McCoy

    Yes I have the same question as Kristine...do we have to redo forms already signed??

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