If you are a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern (LPC-I) seeking your 3000 hours of supervision, your LPC Supervisor (LPC-S) is the single most important resource of ethical and legal safeguard in the field of counseling. They have great influence on the type of counselor you will become.
As Your LPC-Supervisor:
- I focus on supervision and give you my attention.
- I have provided mental health service in; educational, treatment agencies, judicial, and private practice settings.
- I began supervising in 2003.
- I have specific supervisor CE training (see certificate below).
- I have worked with clients mental health concerns from ages 6 to 65.
- I am involved in professional counseling leadership positions and understand the current issues.
- I have taught practicums and internships using professional supervision theory.
EVERY Counseling Intern Looking For a Supervisor Should:
1. Look up your supervisor via their licensing board to make sure they have an up-to-date supervision credential.
2. Ask for proof of specific CEU’s within the last two years, related to ethics and supervision.
3. Ask to see a sample supervision contract.
4. Meet them in-person. You need to be sure this will be a good fit.
I do not supervise Interns who;
*Primarily function as elementary or high school counselors
*Primarily function as pastoral counselors
*Seek LMFT licensure
*Have multiple paid supervisors.