Supervision is when a licensed clinical and certified supervisor oversees interns and associate-level therapists/social workers during their professional development. Our supervisees complete their clinical experiences required for licensure during graduate programs and/or after graduation.
The clinical experience includes performing individual and group counseling, attending individual and triadic supervision, performing crisis intervention, and participating in consultation and community outreach. Supervisees also administer psychological assessments, conduct intake sessions, and coordinate resources and referrals.
Who qualifies to be a supervisee?
Unlicensed counseling students are called interns while they are completing their graduate program. Once they graduate and are issued a registration number by the Board of Behavioral Sciences they are considered associates. Both interns and associates are eligible to apply for positions at Healing Spot Counseling Center Inc.
Who supervises the work?
All supervisors are licensed mental health professionals who have completed the requirements to be clinical supervisors according the BBS guidelines. Supervisors may hold a license of social work, marriage & family therapy, or professional clinical counseling.