Clinical Supervision

LPC Supervision

Kim is currently accepting new LPC-Interns for supervision. At this time, the intern must already have a place to obtain their direct clinical hours. She will meet 1-2 hours per week (average of 4 per month is required) at her office, or at another location.

15 Questions when seeking a clinical supervisor

A note from Kim :

Congratulations! You are closer to completing the requirements for your licensure as an LPC.  The internship can be the most exciting time of your training. You finally get to apply your education and skills to real world experiences. This is also a time when you may want to explore the various areas of practice in the field of counseling, or maybe you want to go ahead and focus your energy in one area. Either way, choosing the right supervisor and intern placement is a huge decision. I encourage all future LPCs to do their research and make sure the clinician they choose as their supervisor has the skills, temperament, availability, and more to meet the needs of the intern.

Resources for New Therapists

15 Questions to Ask When Seeking a Supervisor

Online Networking for Young Counseling Professionals

Advice for New Therapists

 Books for Students and Interns

Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy

Developing Your Theoretical Orientation in Counseling and Psychotherapy (3rd Edition) (Merrill Counseling)

Field Experience: Transitioning From Student to Professional (Counseling and Professional Identity)