Clinical Supervision Training

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to offer clinical supervision?

Do you ever think to yourself, “I think I have something of value to offer my professional community through supervision!”

Maybe you have already started the process of supervisor training. 

Perhaps you are contemplating becoming a supervisor but are unsure of how to do so in private practice.

I can help!

I am so excited to announce I completed my ACS training (December 2021) and I am now ready to offer supervisory support for licensed mental health professionals who are seeking their Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential.  

I strongly encourage all licensed mental health professionals who are interested in (or already doing!) supervision to consider pursuing the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential.  The ACS is an opportunity to LEARN how to be an AWESOME supervisor and also get support from your "sup of sup" while you are participating in the training process.

To become an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) you are required to:

  • Have more than 4,000 post-graduate hours of direct service with clients
  • Take 50 hours of professional continuing education in the specialty of clinical supervision.
  • Complete 100 hours of group or individual supervision.
  • It is highly recommended to receive monthly professional supervision of supervision to ensure that your supervisory practice remains grounded in ethics and excellence.  The supervisor providing this supervision can then become an endorser of your ACS application.
  • Please review this website for any updated information about applying for the ACS.

I can provide supervision of supervision in 15 different states!  The ACS is recognized by several states including Colorado, Florida and New Jersey.  Click here to find out if your state is eligible.

Fun Fact: I trained for my ACS by working with renowned TED Talk speaker, supervision expert and author of Empowered Supervision, Khara Croswaite Brindle MA, LPC, ACS, CFT-I™.  

I am looking forward to sharing lessons learned, knowledge, resources and an abundance of professional experience with you.