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Clinical Supervision 

Transcendence Counseling is offering clinical supervision to licensed and pre-licensed therapists. This involves providing guidance, support, and education to help them develop their professional skills and ensure the delivery of high-quality care to clients. Supervision is a vital component of a therapist’s professional growth and competency, whether they are newly entering the field or have years of experience.


Featured Components:


Educational Guidance

  • Supervisors offer instruction on therapeutic theories, techniques, and best practices.

  • They help supervisees understand and apply ethical standards and legal requirements.


Reflective Process

  • Supervisors encourage supervisees to reflect on their own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in therapy sessions.

  • This self-awareness helps therapists understand their impact on the therapeutic process and improve their clinical skills.


Feedback and Evaluation

  • Constructive feedback is given to help therapists recognize their strengths and identify areas for improvement.

  • Regular evaluations help track the supervisee’s progress and professional development.


Ethical and Professional Standards

  • Supervisors ensure that supervisees adhere to ethical guidelines and professional standards.

  • They address any ethical dilemmas or boundary issues that arise during the course of therapy.


Cultural Competence

  • Supervisors promote awareness and sensitivity to cultural, racial, and diversity issues.

  • They help supervisees develop culturally responsive practices and address biases.


Case Consultation

  • Supervisors provide a forum for discussing client cases, and offering insights and alternative approaches.

  • They help supervisees develop case formulation and treatment planning skills.


Supportive Environment

  • Supervisors create a safe, non-judgmental space where supervisees can express doubts, fears, and challenges.

  • Emotional support is provided to help therapists manage stress and prevent burnout.


Skill Development

  • Supervisors assist in honing specific therapeutic skills, such as empathy, active listening, and intervention strategies.

  • They may introduce advanced techniques or new therapeutic modalities to broaden the supervisee’s repertoire.


Personal and Professional Growth

  • Supervisors support the supervisee’s overall growth, including their confidence and professional identity.

  • They help supervisees set and achieve professional goals, such as obtaining licensure or specialization.


Administrative Oversight

  • Supervisors may assist with administrative tasks, such as documentation, billing, and case management.

  • They ensure that supervisees maintain accurate and ethical records of their clinical work.

If you are a LICSW, LMHC, or pre-licensed clinician....

Get in touch with us to discuss your supervision needs, so we can discuss availability, fees, etc. 

Shawn Lasker, MA LMHC, Certified Clinical Supervisor (MAMHCA)

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