No, we can help. Typically the site has employment records with which the experience can be documented. Once we have official information from the site, we need information on the supervisor's credentials at the time of supervision. Often the name of the supervisor has been previously documented for licensure. Therefore, if all possibilities of locating the supervisor have been exhausted or if the supervisor is known to be deceased, we have accepted other forms, particularly from state/provincial licensing boards, that will document the information we need. Although we uniformly require documentation of all experiences used for meeting our requirements, it is very rare for an individual to be denied the National Register credential solely on the basis of not being able to provide verification of having completed the necessary experiences. If you have any other questions, contact kim@nationalregister.org.