Board of Behavioral Sciences Work Setting Survey

The Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) is conducting a survey of BBS registrants and licensees, as well as behavioral health agency directors. This survey is voluntary and anonymous. The purpose of the survey is:
 
1. To gather information about different types of work settings in which clinical services (assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment) are provided; and,

2. To gather the information about the clinical services provided to consumers by unlicensed or unregistered staff working in “exempt” settings.
 
An “exempt” setting is currently defined in law as a governmental entity, a school, or an entity that is both nonprofit and charitable (a 501c3). Such settings are permitted under BBS law to provide clinical services (assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment) through unlicensed and unregistered staff members, even if that staff member is not pursuing licensure as a mental health professional.

All BBS registrants, licensees and agency directors are encouraged to complete the survey, regardless of work setting type.

Please answer the following questions based on your CURRENT, PRIMARY work setting in which clinical services (assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment) are provided.
 
 

* 1. What type of license or registration do you hold with the BBS? (Mark all that apply)

* 2. Which of the following best describes the CURRENT, PRIMARY setting in which you perform one or more of the following?
  • Provide clinical services (defined as assessment, diagnosis, and/or treatment);
  • Provide clinical supervision; and/or
  • Serve as an agency director.

* 3. If you answered "Other Not-for-profit entity"  in question 2, please describe the type of nonprofit structure, if known.

* 4. If the setting is a for-profit entity, what is the ownership structure? (Mark all that apply)

* 5. What is the main focus/purpose of this setting? (Mark all that apply)

* 6. How is this setting and/or program funded? (Mark all that apply)

* 7. Is the setting any of the types listed below?
  • Public school
  • Private school
  • Religious institution
  • Federal agency
  • State agency
  • County or city agency
  • Other governmental agency
  • Nonprofit and charitable entity - registered 501(c)(3)

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