Clinical supervision is a formal, interactive process where supervisees and supervisors collaborate on clients and other work related concerns. It is a safe environment to process client and clinician issues, discuss treatment plans, and other areas that can impact the counseling process. Supervision is also a place for personal and professional growth.
To qualify for supervision, you must:
Be a graduate of a master's, specialist, or doctoral program with a concentration in counseling
Be pursuing licensure for the State of Georgia based on Ga. Composite Board rules and regulations (http://rules.sos.ga.gov/gac/135)
Carry your own liability insurance
Be employed in a counseling position that qualifies under Ga Composite Board rules.
Contact us for an initial supervisory meeting, at which time we will determine if you and your supervisor are a good fit.
Supervision for LPC's, while not required by the Ga. Composite Board, is still a sound ethical practice for a clinician. This is especially true for people in private practice or work settings where they can't get the collaborative interaction they need due to employment dynamics.
Supervision of Supervision
Supervision of Supervision (Peer Supervision) groups will be offered beginning May 10, 2020, on various days and times. This is an ideal way for beginning and seasoned supervisors to interact with others and learn from one another. <<< CLICK HERE >>>