Knowing when and how to conduct a CBT supervision session is important for any clinical supervisor. Don’t settle for teaching CBT concepts and calling it CBT supervision. Level one and experienced supervisees alike will benefit when you are able to put on your teacher hat, break concepts down, and provide a structure.
Do you know who is responsible for your client records? Sure it’s obvious in your solo practice that the duty falls to YOU. But, what if you are a 1099 contractor in a big practice? This is especially important for clinical supervisors to know about their supervisees. Keep reading to find out how to ensure that you know who your records custodian is.
As counseling graduate students near the end of their program, they often wonder, “How do I get my LPC in Texas?” Dr. Fox tells us how. Keep reading!
As counselors prepare for tax season, it can feel complicated. Dr. Olivia Wedel helps us sort it all out with great advice and resources. Check it out!
Do you know what to look for in a clinical supervision contract? Good news – if you don’t know, I do! I’m here to share all my secrets and tips on what to look for in your clinical supervision contract. Click below to read more!
What should graduate students know about clinical supervision? Graduate students who research what it takes to get a great supervisor will benefit now and for years to come. It’s important to remember your clinical supervisor is so much more than just someone who will sign off on your hours. They will become your mentor and friend, and invest in you throughout your career. Take the time and find a good one.
It’s easy to get lost bridging from graduate to LPC Associate. Dr. Paul Carrola, counselor education professor at UT El Paso talks to me about how to successfully graduate from a mental health program and become a LPC Associate.
For LPC Supervisors who hire and fire, knowing the difference is crucial. Read more…
Creating a list of resources and tips is a great way new counselors in supervision can hit the ground running no matter WHAT kind of a clinical supervision experience they are having.
If you’re interested in becoming an LPC supervisor in Texas, look for a course that teaches great systems including the interview process, the supervision contract, and the orientation-evaluation-remediation triad. Those systems will do more than keep you organized, they’ll mitigate liability. Read more!