Professional Supervision

Clinical professional supervision is an investment in your career. Take your time, check out various local supervisors and see what each has to offer. Remember, you are paying for a service. Demand and expect your money’s worth. Find the right fit for you. A good supervisor is crucial to your initial success in the field.


  • Flexible office hours
  • Individual, Group & Online Supervision
  • Phone or email consultation for clinical emergencies
  • Mentoring for professional development, including starting and maintaining a private practice
  • Discrimination Model of Supervision (Bernard, 1979) used, meaning Supervisor response is always specific to the Supervisee’s needs
  • Experienced Clinical Professor
  • Experienced Counselor, Educator & Supervisor
  • AMHCA Board Diplomate in Trauma Therapy
  • AMCHA Board Diplomate in Couples & Family Therapy
  • Emotionally Focused Therapist with Forensic Speciality
  • Trained in EMDR, Hypnotherapy, DBT, Minuchin Family, Imago and Gottman Methods
  • LGBTQ and Trans Positive


  • Mandatory weekly one hour sessions (55 minutes)
  • Exploration and review of counseling techniques, evaluation of clinical skills, application of theories, guidance in clinical diagnosis using the DSM5 and ICD codes, professional code of ethics, professional development and identity
  • Assistance with licensing paperwork and documentation of clinical hours
  • Review of case notes, documentation and treatment plan
  • Exposure to Private Practice and assistance in creating your own practice


  • Copy of Current Resume
  • Copy of Transcript
  • Copy of Temporary License
  • Copy of Liability Insurance
  • List of Counseling References
  • Signed Supervisory Agreement Form
  • Licensing Paperwork to Send to the State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors

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