What’s the big deal?

ANY supervision, even it's only 4 hours per year, blocks access to care. Specifically, required supervision means that our license is "restricted" and we can not get credentialed with many insurance providers, meaning, people can't use insurance to pay for services. Rural and non-urban areas are hit particularly hard by this, where psychological services are not widely available. LPAs could help fill the gaps.

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