Supervision and Consultation Info
As an LPC in PA since 2012, I am qualified to provide 100% of clinical supervision hours for those going for LPC in PA and up to 50% of clinical supervision hours for PA LMFT and LCSW candidates.
What will supervision be like?
In supervision sessions, I work from a therapist-first and strengths-based perspective. I utilize my clinical expertise from a wide range of experiences as a clinician in outpatient community mental health and private practice working with children, adults, and families in order to normalize your experiences, attempt to prevent burn out, and give guidance and support. My goal is for you to feel confident as a clinician and have a better understanding of your client’s needs and how to address them in your next session. ALL of your personal and professional “stuff” will be welcome in our supervisions and you’ll always be met without stigma and judgment. I work collaboratively to understand how our life experiences influence us as therapists, how to implement theory and techniques into practice, and how to craft a unique style of therapy that fits the population you serve.
Do you offer individual or group supervision?
I currently offer individual supervision but hope to offer a group in the future. Please reach out if you are interested in either option.
Where do you offer supervision?
All supervision is currently conducted through a secure platform which makes it easy and convenient to fit into the work week.
How much does it cost?
Licensure Supervision is offered on a sliding scale rate of $50 – $100 per hour.
Professional Consultation with other licensed clinicians is offered at $150 per hour.
I believe that as counselors we have a responsibility to grow the field by offering training, skill development, and support regarding the professional and personal development of new generations of counselors at a reasonable rate. We need to be dedicated to dismantling the systems of oppression that our clients face and one such system is the lack of competent and affirming providers due to inaccessibility of quality training and supervision. Therefore, I believe in keeping my rates for supervision reasonable so that pre-licensure clinicians are not facing an exorbitant financial burden in order to reach their career goals and best serve their clients.