Registered student research psychoanalysts may practice psychoanalysis under the supervision of a graduate psychoanalyst
who has a minimum of five years of postgraduate clinical experience in psychoanalysis following completion of their psychoanalytic education.
The supervising psychoanalyst must provide individual supervision of each student for a minimum of one hour for each week per case of patient
psychoanalysis for the first year of supervision, and no less than 1 hour per case each month thereafter. A minimum of 50 hours of supervision
must be provided for each case for a total of 150 hours of supervision during training. The supervising psychoanalyst may supervise no more students
than, in the judgment of the training institute, can be effectively supervised.
Per Business and Professions Code section 2026, beginning January 1, 2023, all licensees and registrants of the Board must provide notice to each patient or client that they are licensed/registered and regulated by the Board, and their license/registration can be checked and complaints against the licensee/registrant can be made through the Board’s website or by contacting the Board.