Supervision is an essential element of preparing counseling professionals. Psychotherapy supervision is when therapist trainees learn to become effective therapists. Psychotherapy and counseling supervision is an integral part of mental health preparation programs. Many therapists feel that supervision is helpful even after they receive their licenses. Quality supervision can facilitate the development of professional competence and confidence, helping new counselors build a foundation for their growing their careers.

Local Experts in Supervision

Jacqueline Cohen

Couples Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

My goal as a supervisor is to help the supervisee fully understand and meet the requirements for licensure as an LPC and to guide the supervisee in their professional and personal growth as a therapist using an Integrative Development Model. The IDM focuses on the importance of the supervisory relationship as the basis for all learning.

Cadence Chiasson

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

I am an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and love helping new clinicians gain skills and confidence in their practice! I am able to supervise MFT-C's and LPCC's toward licensure.

Casey Cullen

Individual Therapy

Clinical supervision for licensed and clinicians working towards licensure for marriage and family therapy. Supervision is important to address learning to increase practice services, address ethical and clinical questions as well as cultural competency and biases.

Rebecca Moravec

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy

I supervise LPC and LMFT Candidates (and those who are licensed but still want input!) who are wanting authentic, supportive, and informative clinical supervision. I have supervised for 5+ years and have taken the 30 hour AAMFT approved supervisor course.

Cindy Gordon

Individual Therapy

I have extensive experience as a supervisor in my private practice and also supervise therapists at a group practice.

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