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I'm an approved clinical supervisor for masters-level clinicians working on their counseling associate hours. I offer virtual supervision for LPC-Associates and LMHC-Asssociates in private practices or group practices in Texas and Washington.


Includes 4 supervision sessions per month.

(minimum of 2 individual supervision hours and up to 2 group supervision hours)

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As a clinical supervisor, my primary goal is to develop my supervisees' clinical effectiveness and empower them as they get started in the counseling profession. In our supervision sessions, we'll discuss client cases, therapeutic interventions, ethical considerations, clinical documentation, and other client-related or counseling practice challenges you encounter. My goal is to equip you with the tools you need to form robust case conceptualizations, design and implement effective treatment, and manage your private practice with confidence.


I view my supervision role as a colleague and collaborator for you to consult with as an equal. I try to show up for supervision with authenticity and curiosity so that both of us can learn and grow. To me, successful supervision is helping cultivate your confidence in your own clinical skills and intuition. I place a high value on a healthy work-life balance, so I'll check in with you frequently about how you're navigating the non-clinical aspects of our work too.


I pull from my experience in multiple counseling settings, including crisis work, to offer a broader perspective on how mental health interacts with worldview, identity, and values. My specialties are religious trauma, neurodivergence, and the LGBTQ+ community, but I'm open to supervising clinicians who work with a wide range of clients (except for minors under 13 years old).


As a SUPERVISOR, I'm committed to doing the following:

  • Provide a minimum of four supervision hours per month, at least half of which will be individual sessions

  • Develop and maintain a professional supervisory relationship with you

  • Monitor your client case conceptualization and treatment planning

  • Encourage your professional growth and theoretical integration

  • Ensure that you comply with the relevant legal, ethical, and professional standards of the counseling profession

  • Maintain notes of our weekly supervision sessions

  • Provide you with regular feedback and evaluation

  • Assist you in developing appropriate client interventions

  • Create remediation plans as needed for any clinical concerns

  • Sign off on supervision hours with honesty and integrity

As a SUPERVISEE, you will be expected to do the following:

  • Adhere to all ethical guidelines, federal privacy laws, and licensure laws

  • Maintain active state licensure as a counseling associate

  • Maintain​ malpractice/liability insurance
  • ​Clearly disclose your status as an associate to all clients

  • Schedule and attend at least one weekly supervision session

  • Arrive at supervision sessions on time and prepared to discuss cases

  • Demonstrate the use of culturally competent treatment strategies

  • Maintain accurate records of all clinical hours (direct, indirect, and supervision)

  • Refrain from using client-identifying information through text or email

  • Raise clinical or supervisory concerns in a forthright manner

  • Respond to supervisor feedback in a teachable manner

  • Complete any remediation plans assigned by the supervisor

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