Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board

Requirements to be a Designated Qualified Clinical Supervisor (DQCS)in the Mental Health Professions:

  • Hold a Wyoming license in one of the approved fields of work as defined in Wyoming Statute 33-38-102 (a)(xiii)

  • Licensed for independent practice for a minimum of two years prior to becoming a supervisor. (To meet the two years, your independent practice may have been completed while licensed in another state.)

  • Have 4 years of post-graduate professional experience in your discipline prior to providing supervision.

  • Not have any disciplinary action from the Board. (Exceptions can be granted from this requirement by the Board.)

  • Provide documentation to the Board office of a graduate level class in clinical supervision or three (3) hours of CE in clinical supervision.

Responsibilities as a DQCS:

  • Verify your supervisee is performing within their training and experience and within the rules of the Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board.

  • Keep records. This includes hours of clinical experience, direct client hours and your supervision hours with supervisee which follow the rules. (Agreements must be approved by the Board, please keep a copy of the approved agreement that is emailed to you after approval.)

  • Report hours and evaluation of supervisees work with you by using a Verification and Evaluation of Supervised Experience Form. You are required by Rule to submit the VESE form with thirty (30) days after supervision has been completed.

  • Follow all other requirements on the supervision agreement and rules.

The Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board is staffed through the Professional Licensing Boards Office, a division of A&I.