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Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision is an important component of therapist training and ongoing professional development. It involves a therapist receiving guidance, support, and feedback from a qualified and experienced licensed clinician to enhance their clinical skills, improve their knowledge of evidence-based practices, and maintain ethical standards in their practice.  These are essential for a clinician to provide quality mental health services.

I have a background that ranges from being a mental health therapist to a supervisor and as high as a C-Suite executive, in settings such as:

  • Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)/IBHS/Wrap Around

  • Community mental health

  • Mental health start up

  • Private private

  • Residential/group homes

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Some of the benefits of clinical supervision for therapists and what I will provide in supervision:

  • Skill development: Clinical supervision can help therapists develop new clinical skills and knowledge to enhance their practice.

  • Support and guidance: Supervision provides therapists with support and guidance to navigate complex ethical, legal, and clinical issues they may face in their practice.

  • Increased self-awareness: Clinical supervision can help therapists develop greater self-awareness by exploring their own biases, attitudes, and values, which can improve their ability to connect with clients and provide culturally responsive care.

  • Improved client outcomes: With the guidance and feedback provided by clinical supervision, therapists can enhance their clinical skills, which may lead to improved client outcomes and better treatment results.

  • Continued professional growth: Clinical supervision provides ongoing professional development, allowing therapists to stay up-to-date on evidence-based practices and new research in the field.

  • Personal and professional support: Supervision can provide therapists with a supportive space to discuss challenging cases and personal and professional growth.

  • Maintaining ethical and legal standards: Clinical supervision can help therapists stay up-to-date on ethical and legal standards in their practice, ensuring they provide safe, effective, and ethical care to their clients.


Overall, clinical supervision is essential for the ongoing development and growth of therapists, helping them to maintain the highest standards of ethical and clinical care, and ultimately benefitting their clients.

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