Clinical Supervision is a service offered for non and partially licensed clinicians in order for them to work with clients and/or pursue full licenses. Supervision can be provided on a 1:1 or group basis. The overall goal of clinical supervision is to ensure that clients are receiving quality and ethical care. Our practice offers both group and individual supervision for counselors, social workers and marriage/family therapists. Supervision can be held in person and online (for LCSWs).
Supervision with Miranda
My passion for Clinical Supervision stems from my belief that everyone should have access to quality mental health care. By investing into the growth of other clinicians, I can do my part so that those seeking therapy are more likely to receive the type of care they deserve.
The approach I take to Clinical Supervision is similar to the one that I take with client. While I do not serve as therapist to my supervisees, some of the same themes of therapy emerge. Such themes include:
- Maintaining a relationship that has unconditional positive regard
- Support in embracing and using one's authentic self to evoke change and development
- Modeling of techniques and therapeutic rapport
For me, signs of a successful Supervision experience is for my supervisees to:
- Leave each supervision with something practical to use with their clients that day
- Learn how to build a career in Social Work that exceeds what was covered in school
- Build a foundation of knowledge that will make them more likely to pass their licensing exam the first time