OAR 331-810-0058
Certified Secondary Clinical Sexual Offense Therapist Supervision

A CSCSOT must:
(1) Enter into a formal contract prescribed by the Board with a CCSOT that specifies:
(a) The duties of a CSCSOT;
(b) The scope and focus of the supervision; and
(c) Frequency and durations of meetings between the supervisor and the CSCSOT to review the CSCSOT’s professional performance.
(2) Obtain at least two hours of direct supervision for every 10 hours of direct clinical contact;
(3) Notify the Office in writing within 10 business days of ending the supervision contract;
(4) Identify themselves as a CSCSOT on all materials relating to the provision of sexual-abuse-specific treatment. The supervisor’s name and designation “supervisor” must be included on these materials;
(5) Maintain supervision records for a minimum of 5 years after the last day of supervision. Upon request, you must make the records available to the Office.

Source: Rule 331-810-0058 — Certified Secondary Clinical Sexual Offense Therapist Supervision, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=331-810-0058.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 331-810-0058’s source at or​.us