Note: You can invite a supervisor to access your SimplePractice account with their own unique login credentials.
There are a few steps you'll need to take to add and assign a supervisor to yourself:
- Adding a supervisor and assigning the supervisor role
- Assigning a supervisor to yourself as an intern
- How supervisors log in
Adding a supervisor and assigning the supervisor role
You can give your supervisor access to your account by following these steps:
- Go to My Account > Settings and click Team Members.
Click Add Team Member
Enter your supervisor's name and email, and make sure to check the Supervisor box.
Important: if your supervisor has access to more than one SimplePractice account, they will be required to use a unique email account for each intern or trainee account they have access to.
- A menu will open where you can input your supervisor's License, License Type, and NPI # (optional).
- Click Add Team Member to complete this page. You will be taken to a screen with a list of team members connected to your account.
Assigning a supervisor to yourself as an intern
- Click the Team Members section.
- Click yourself in the Team Members list.
- Select Pre-licensed Under Supervision. This check box will only be available if you have added a Supervisor. If you haven't added the supervisor, go back to the first step in this process.
- Once that box is selected, use the drop down box to assign the supervisor to yourself.
- Once the supervisor is selected, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Save.
How supervisors log in
Your supervisor will receive an email asking them to create a unique login to access your account:
Once your supervisor clicks the link they will be asked to create a unique username and password for access to your account.
Important: If your supervisor has their own personal SimplePractice account, they must use a unique email address for each account they have supervisor access to.
Make sure to sign and share your notes so that your supervisor is able to view them to sign them. Keep in mind that once you lock your notes, you won't be able to edit them.