My commitment is
- to mentor you through this segment of your professional development,
- to help you achieve your highest potential as an addiction professional, and
- to help you position yourself to make more money.
WHAT IS CLINICAL SUPERVISION?
Clinical supervision is directed supervision in the practice area of alcohol/drug counseling, with the intent of providing information to develop knowledge and improve skill of the supervisee.
CLINICAL SUPERVISION requirement per credential:
- CAC-I 96 hours (initial certification)
- CAC-II 144 hours (initial certification
- CAC-I 24 hours (to recertify)
- Upgrade from CAC-I to CAC-II - 144 hours
- Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) - 200 hours
- Counselor in Training (CIT) - 4 hours minimum per month
HOW I 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 between 4 - 10 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 8 practice domains of addiction counseling as foundation to improve skill.
- Review your Supervision contract.
- Develop your Individual Supervision Development Plan.
- Position yourself to make more money.