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.