Supervision

Regularly scheduled face-to-face individual and group supervision is provided by staff supervisors in the agency, who carry clinical responsibility for the cases being supervised. Supervisors are licensed mental health professionals who are in good standing with the California Board of Psychology or the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Trainees and interns meet with their primary supervisor weekly and following case discussions have their progress notes, mental health assessments, treatment plans, etc. regarding each client co-signed by the appropriate supervisor. Supervisors also meet monthly to review supervision issues and practices.

Individual supervision: 2 hours/week
Group supervision: 2 hours/week

Individual supervision will be provided by a licensed psychologist. Group supervision will be provided by a licensed clinical supervisor (Psychologist, MFT or LCSW).

Modalities: Direct observation, audiotape, videotape, case presentations, review of written work