Clinical Supervision for Licensure
Clinical Professional Development
Are you looking for a clinical supervisor to help you not only complete the required hours but to develop professionally? Maybe you’re seeking a good match that can support you through the entire licensure process. Or perhaps you’re shifting gears after a change, needing a new supervisor to continue and finish the process.
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There’s often so much to keep track of at this stage – hours, paperwork, continuing education, new clients, bosses, commutes, or virtual technology … and the list goes on. That’s not to mention the work itself. It’s a particularly difficult and meaningful time to enter or continue in the field of social services and mental health. You deserve quality, caring support and professional guidance!
As a licensure supervisor, I don’t just help you check the boxes. I’m here to be a mentor while supporting you in client care as well as navigating all of these new situations and responsibilities. This is an important moment of your career, where you build the foundation for your clinical journey. Supervision is a key part of that.
Supervising Services for Clinical Social Workers
I provide the following services:
Clinical and Social Work Licensure Supervision in New York and New Jersey
Social Work Supervision
Career and Clinical Development
Supervision is different for everyone, regardless of which stage of the process you’re in. Our relationship will be catered to your needs. If you want to learn more about how I can help, visit here to complete a short questionnaire.
What are my qualifications?
In addition to many years of my own clinical experience, I have numerous supervision certifications. I am certified through the New Jersey NASW for clinical supervision, the OASAS Foundations of Clinical Supervision, and completed the Adelphi University Social Work Practice Fellows program for Clinical supervisors. I’m also an approved clinical supervisor (ACS) through the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Can I help with specialties?
Now is a time you may want to explore your clinical focus. Who do you want to work with? Are you still finding that out? Or are you excited and ready to dive into a specialty? I can help you get started.
I have a particular interest in working with other professionals, as a clinician and supervisor. My career has included many populations and treatments. I offer extensive experience and expertise in the following areas, among others:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Treatment for ADHD and executive functioning
Tele Mental Health/Teletherapy
Compassion fatigue and burnout
Ethics and boundaries
And more – just ask!
What will we do during supervision?
Many clinicians find supervision to be one of the most valuable experiences of their career. It’s a chance to take all of your education and experience and integrate it into your clinical self. We’ll work on aspects such as competency, skill development, and ethical standards.
Most importantly, I’ll help you make sure that your clients are receiving the highest quality of assessment, diagnosis and treatment. We’ll review cases, discuss roadblocks, change treatments for your clients as needed, make ethical decisions together, and more.
You’re not expected to be an advanced clinician at this stage. I’m here to help you avoid mistakes, but also to grow from them as you improve your practice. I’d be privileged to help you in this process. We can connect anytime to see if it’s a good match. Visit here to get started.
What are the supervision types, and what do you provide?
Supervision is sometimes broken down into three categories, including administrative, clinical, and supportive. Administrative covers issues like billing, coding, and agency rules. This is often provided by your manager onsite.
Clinical supervision, which I provide, deals with the process of working with clients. It ensures that you are learning and providing the best possible care.
Supportive supervision is to help you–developmentally and in the mental aspects of your work. It helps you avoid burnout and deal with stress. This is an area that is important to me, and one we will include along with your clinical supervision.
What does supervision cost?
Our relationship is a reciprocal one. Similar to client care, supervision is charged per hour. My full rate is $125.00 per hour. I offer sliding scale and group (no more than 3 people) options and additional financial support depending on the situation. Please reach out with any questions about cost.
What’s the next step?
If you’re interested in working together, we’ll begin with a free consultation. I can learn more about your background and needs, and you can get to know me better. From there we’ll discuss options if we decide to go forward.
To get started, please visit here to complete a questionnaire that will guide you in scheduling a consultation appointment. I look forward to hearing from you and seeing how I can help during this key part of your professional journey!