For clinicians looking for supervision, Creative Counseling & Consultation, PLLC is able to offer supervision for social workers pursuing their LCSW. In addition to offering LCSW supervision, we are also able to supervise clinicians in need of play therapy experience or clock hours towards credentialing as a Registered Play Therapist (RPT).
As a supervisor, I believe in a collaborative approach to supervision.
Because I am credentialed as a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S), my hours of supervision can count towards both LCSW supervision and Registered Play Therapist (RPT) supervision if our supervision content covers both areas.
For more information on becoming a Registered Play Therapist, visit www.a4pt.org
Honesty is the cornerstone of any relationship and as a supervisor I seek to foster a relationship built on trust and mutual understanding. If a supervisee "messes up", this is expected and 99% of mistakes are fixable or redeemable. Prior to starting supervision, every supervisee will receive and review my informed consent document and sign it. This document lays out examples of my expectations as a clinical supervisor as well as the "1%" of things that cannot be tolerated. Life is a learning experience and as a social worker you need to be present, not perfect.
For more information on my experience and time in mental health, visit the "Our Providers" section of the website.
The vast majority of my experience is with kids age 3-18. I have seen a comfortable amount of young adults during my time in practice (18-25), as well as teenagers transitioning into adulthood. While I am confident with most issues, these are some of my areas of greatest competency:
These are some areas in which I do not have much experience and have minimal competency:
I have no experience with these areas: