Clinical Supervision

Group Supervision

Every Saturday, 10am - 12pm

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Our commitment is

  • to mentor you through this segment of your professional development,

  • to help you achieve your preferred addiction counselor credential.
     


WHAT IS CLINICAL SUPERVISION? 


Clinical supervision is directed supervision in the practice area of alcohol/drug

counseling, to develop and improve supervisee knowledge and skill.

CERTIFIED ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR - T

CERTIFIED ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR - I

CERTIFIED ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR - II

CERTIFIED ADVANCED ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR

 

I am a Certified Clinical Supervisor (ADACB-GA) offering supervision for persons seeking the above credential

for initial or recertification.

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU

  • INDIVIDUAL Supervision. The beauty of Individual Supervision is the private opportunity for you to reflect on and challenge your own addiction counseling skills and practice in a safe and confidential environment. Supervisees also receive feedback on skills and ethical practices. Scheduled by appointment only.

 

  • GROUP Supervision. Group supervision offers you a cost effective opportunity coupled with a sense of similarity among your peers in the same situation. Attendance is a minimum of 3 supervisees. Group supervision offers many benefits, including maximize time, cost effective, diverse learning opportunities, peer validation, and supported professional growth. 
     

IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION we will:

  • Meet (minimum) monthly for Individual sessions and/or

  • Meet (minimum) monthly for Group sessions.

  • Use the practice domains of addiction counseling as foundation to improve skill.

  • Review your Supervision Contract and Professional Disclosure forms.

  • Develop your Individual Supervision Development Plan.

  • Support the requirements for your credential.

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