Clinical Supervision & Training
Supervision for Clinical Licensure & Certification
Here at Community Reach Center we offer clinicians several different on-going clinical supervision opportunities in different venues and formats. Most often, clinicians receive individual clinical supervision from their program managers or other designated supervisors which have been specially trained for this purpose.
Community Reach Center also offers clinical supervision in designated Supervision for Licensure Groups for each of the categories of clinical licensure in Colorado: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and Licensed Psychologist (LP).
Additionally, Community Reach Center provides clinical supervision groups for those seeking the specialized supervision necessary to become play therapists, art therapists, and Certified Addictions Counselors (CACs).
Clinical Supervisor Training
Certain Community Reach Center clinical staff members who are recommended by their supervisors and pass an initial screening process are invited to participate in special training to become clinical supervisors. A pilot program developed by Community Reach Center takes such candidates through a three-phase process which will qualify them to become part of a cadre of trained clinical supervisors who may, when requested, provide clinical supervision to other Community Reach Center staff.
For more information on clinical supervision at Community Reach Center, please contact:
Mandy Miller, MA, LPC
Manager of Training and Supervision
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