As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor, I am approved by the North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors to provide clinical supervision to those seeking licensure in the state of North Carolina. Supervision requirements include:
- Supervision provided by a clinician approved by the North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors.
- 100 hours of clinical supervision are required — up to 25 of the 100 hours may be completed in group supervision format.
- Supervision must involve face-to-face contact at a rate of 1 hour of supervision per every 40 hours the supervisee works.
- Supervision must be based on live observation, co-therapy, and/or audio/video recordings. This is an important consideration because supervisees must have employment or work experience that allows their work to be either directly observed by their supervisor or audio/video recorded.
Please visit the North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors website for more information about licensure requirements.
I provide one-on-one supervision with those seeking supervision but generally pair two together, matching supervisees in skill level and the client population they service. The board allows two supervisees meeting together to count as individual supervision, also known as triadic supervision. This allows me to meet the demand for those seeking supervision and additionally makes supervision more cost effective ($75 each for two supervisees per supervision hour versus $100 for one-on-one supervision).
For further policy and procedure documents about how I conduct play therapy supervision (location, fees, etc.), please click on the Supervision link at the top of this page.