Are you looking to do you clinical supervision for social work licensure in Virginia, Arkansas, or Nevada?
You've come so far, and now you just need to get licensed. You may be tired, relieved, excited, and nervous about starting this next phase of your career. You know you want to be a therapist and you are not sure where to start with finding a job or finding a supervisor who will help you develop your mental health and psychotherapy skills.
One thing is for sure: you want to be a great therapist, and you want someone who can help you to become a great therapist.
You want more than just checkbox supervision. You want a mentor who is available more than just one hour a week. And you want a supervisor who will take an in-depth approach to helping you fine-tune your counseling skill set.
You absolutely can be a great therapist. It takes time, hands on training, and mentorship, but you can get there. And I can help you.
LCSW Supervision helps you do 4 things:
My approach to clinical supervision is collaborative and socratic. I strive to help you expand your mindset so you can think about client problems in multiple ways. As a result you will be able to conceptualize client concerns and plan out your treatment interventions based on your chosen theoretical orientations.
Liz was my clinical supervisor at the VA while I completed my fellowship program, and I can't convey how incredibly skilled she is at helping any student/client learn new skills and concepts through the process of active experience. She doesn't talk at you like some teacher-types do. She creates the space for you to discover new things and challenges you to go deeper in a gentle and supportive way. She is completely unique and talented in her style of connecting with someone and supporting them towards change in a truly collaborative and authentic way. I'd highly recommend working with her either for therapy or for clinical consultation and collaboration. I've yet to find another therapist who matches her skill.
- Savannah Hipes, LCSW, Postgraduate Social Work Fellow
Worked with Liz for EFT consultation as well as general marriage/family consultation support for my work with couples. Have benefitted greatly from her extensive EFT knowledge base as well as her wealth of resources, tools, and community support services.
- Ida Damkilde, LCSW, Individual EFT Supervsion
Thank you so much! That was a masterful presentation of so many aspects of what great supervision can be. What I saw you doing and what I learned from that is a true highlight from this entire Core Skills program.
- Eric Einhorn, LAMFT, EFT Core Skills Volunteer
I joined Liz's first supervision group, and I wouldn't have guessed that it was her first! Liz provided such helpful feedback on our videos, including some nuggets on process and wording that I know I will carry with me. She will offer a compassionate and knowledgeable hand to anyone going through their EFT journey!
- Cassandre Miller, EFT Supervision Group Participant
Just have to say this was one of the BEST ethics trainings I have ever attended and I am so happy you are offering it again!
- Emma Smith, LPC, Ethics CE Training Participant
Are you able to provide employment?
At this time, I am not able to provide employment. I am an off-site supervisor only; I am happy to brainstorm with you on employment options.
What therapy modalities can you help me learn?
- Cognitive Theory & Therapy
- Behavioral Theory & Therapy
- Exposure Theory & Therapy
- Integrated CBT Therapy
- Interpersonal Process Groups
- Attachment Theory & Therapy
- Experiential Theory & Therapy
- Brief Solution Focused Theory & Therapy
- Interpersonal Process Approach & Therapy
- Mindfulness and Compassion Based Approaches
EVIDENCED BASED TREATMENTS
- Trauma Focused Cognitive & Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD (CPT)
- The Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders (UP)
- Skills in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Skills Groups
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Emotionally Focused Couple & Family Therapy (EFT)
How frequently will we meet?
We will meet weekly for a 1-hour supervision session. Outside of those times, I am available via messaging and voice messaging, and you can always schedule additional supervision sessions if needed.
What is your fee?
My fee is $225 per hour for individual supervision. I offer a 20% discount ($180) if you complete 4 hours of independent study or 2 hours of video-tape review each week and submit an independent study log of the learning completed. Occasionally, dyadic and group supervision is available. Please discuss this more during a complimentary consult.
How many people do you accept for supervision? Are you taking on more at this time?
It is important to me to be involved and available to those I supervise. Because of this, I only accept 2 people for LCSW licensure supervision at a time. Currently, I am full for licensure supervision.
How do I get started?
Please email me a copy of your resume and cover letter describing your career goals and past clinical experiences. You can email it to email@example.com. Once you have sent the resume and cover letter, I will contact you to schedule a complimentary consult.