State of Florida Licensure Supervision
Are you a MHC Intern feeling anxious about finding a supervisor who will help you meet your professional goals?
Is your goal to work in a private practice setting to work with your ideal client on your own schedule?
Are you excited to have a productive and exciting supervision experience?
If you answered “YES” to any of the above questions, then keep reading! You’re on your way to finding your licensure supervision!
Deciding on your licensure supervisor is an important decision. It is very important that new clinicians feel supported and connected with their supervisor in order to achieve their dream of becoming a licensed professional.
When we decide to work together, you will have access to many ways to enrich your learning experience and develop skills that will support time management, strengthen your professional conduct and maintain self-care.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Guidance based on experience in both agency work and private practice.
Interactive and informational supervisory approach.
Managing professional and personal boundaries.
Accessibility to emergency client situations.
Learning how write a well-written case note and interpretive summary.
Understanding the laws and ethics that guide our profession.
Diagnosing and assessing.
Case discussion and conceptualization.
Learning how to write treatment plans and goals.
Role-play and role modeling.
Developing personal and professional goals.
Links to community resources.
Information on trainings to help further advance your career and specialty interests.
Guidance towards licensure.
A supportive team atmosphere.
Mentoring, guidance, and much, much more!
Want to know more about me?
I have over 22 years of experience in an extensive range of settings including community mental health, private practice, contract work, and Department of Juvenile Justice. My breadth of therapeutic knowledge with individuals, couples, and families serves as an enormous asset in the supervisory process. I am constantly refining my clinical and supervisory skills through ongoing professional development.
I love couples work. I am an avid John Gottman and Sue Johnson (Emotionally Focused Therapy) fan! I am in the process of becoming a Gottman Certified Therapist. I am a Juvenile Sexual Offender Specialist which means that my experience and professionalism in the evaluation process, treatment protocol and recommendations has been recognized and approved by the state of Florida as a provider of services for juveniles with sexual behavior problems. This is a great niche! Learn more about how you can provide these services as well!
Call me today and let’s begin a long lasting professional relationship that exceeds far beyond supervision!