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Clinical Supervision

Moving from LMSW to LCSW is an exciting endeavor. Our supervisors empower you to elevate your voice and uncover who you are meant to be as a clinician by working with you to recognize your areas of curiosity, competency, and growth. We value transparency and a commitment to learning. We utilize an integrative model that is strength based, client centered, and developmentally appropriate. Our teams clinical experience is diverse and includes mastery in the areas Veteran Affairs, Community Mental Health, Substance Use, Hospice, Home Health, Home Studies, Juvenile Detention, Community Outreach, Specialized Therapeutic

Modalities, Group work, and Individual Psychotherapy.


We teach trauma informed care and systems theory. This approach allows supervisees to see through the clients lens. We strive to create a learning environment catered to your individual needs in order to enrich your clinical skills. Exploration provides an opportunity to compare privileged and marginalized social settings in order to better understand how they interact with one another. In supervision you will have the opportunity to look within and navigate through each part of your identity, which will allow you to identify any dynamic arising in transference and countertransference. Together we will approach topics like psychodynamic training; trauma, communities and individuals, gender identity, social work code of ethics and TAC, assessing and diagnosing, crisis intervention, resource linking, resilience, burnout prevention, self-care, prioritization, and boundaries.


We offer guidance and support as you pursue your clinical and professional goals. We use DSM-5 Handbook of Differential Diagnosis by Michael B. First MD as a guide. Supervisors offer a non-judgmental space that welcomes mistakes, celebrates growth, and fosters the development of trust, safety, and connection with your clients. Malpractice insurance is required. We do offer a 15 minute consult and if a good match perform a 60-90 interview. Selecting a clinical supervisor can be difficult and overwhelming. It's important to find the right fit. We encourage you to interview with more than one clinical supervisor. At this time, we are accepting new supervisees. Sessions are conducted over video. 

To learn more about each LCSW-S please select the Our Team tab.

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