Jennifer Locklear is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS) and a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS), and provides clinical supervision to LPC and LCAS Associates who are working toward full licensure.
Sarah MacReynolds has also completed the National Association of Social Workers supervision training and successfully completed the exam. She is currently able to provide clinical supervision to both LCSW and LPC Associates.
If you are seeking a certified professional to provide your clinical supervision, Jennifer or Sarah would be happy to speak with you about the process. Contact us and we will schedule an initial appointment to discuss the process and determine if we can meet your supervision needs. We will ask you to e-mail me your resume and Professional Disclosure Statement ahead of time so that we have an opportunity to review it prior to our first meeting. Likewise, we will be glad to e-mail you their resume and Professional Disclosure Statement for your review.
You will need to bring your NCBLPC Board required Supervision Contract to the initial meeting. If we decide to work together, we will complete the Supervision Contract at that time, and we will both sign the Professional Disclosure Statement. Once the Supervision Contract is completed and signed, you will mail it to the NCBLPC Board and we will wait for the Board to approve the Supervision Contract. The Board will notify you of the contract approval via your account on their website, and they will notify us via a letter in the mail. Once the Supervision Contract has been approved by the Board, we will schedule our first supervision session as soon as possible, within one week at the latest.
We look forward to discussing your supervision needs. Please call or email for more information!
E-mail: [email protected] OR [email protected]
Links for Supervisees
Free Training: Continuing education is a must in our field - not only for the required CEUs, but also to keep abreast of the constant changes and updates in our field. Below are some free training opportunities that may helpful. If you are looking for trainings for CEUs, be sure to check the CEU statement to be sure that it fits your needs.
ctg.musc.edu/: Free follow-up training to apply TF-CBT to Childhood Traumatic Grief
cpt.musc.edu/: Free training about Cognitive Processing Therapy
www.pesi.com/: PESI offers many excellent quality trainings for a fee. If you join their e-mail list, they will send you a free 1 hour training periodically. If you don't like "spam" or receiving lots of e-mail advertising, just know that they will send you e-mails.
www.mcleodtraining.com/: The McLeod Addictive Disease Center in Charlotte offers a free 6 hour training once per month on a Friday. Pre-registration is required, and the trainings fill up fast. See the website for additional details. At the time of this writing, these trainings are approved by both NBCC, NCSAPPB, and NAADAC.
Training for a Fee: These are other online training opportunities that may be interesting.
tfcbt.musc.edu/: Free 10 hour training about Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) for children
www.behaviortherapist.org/: Offers online training on various Cognitive Behavior Therapy topics. If you want more training on CBT or are struggling with a particular aspect of CBT, this site may be helpful.
Other Interesting Links:
The Facts are Friendly is a series of three You Tube videos that summarizes the research on the effectiveness of counseling.
The Facts are Friendly Part 1
The Facts are Friendly Part 2
The Facts are Friendly Part 3