As a service to the social work community, GSCSW offers a list of supervisors who have volunteered to offer supervision at a reduced cost to members who are MSW’s looking for LCSW supervision. Our volunteer supervisors are seasoned clinicians, who have expertise in a variety of modalities, theoretical orientations, populations, and specialties.
GSCSW members are eligible to receive the recommended low-cost rates which range from $40 – $80 per hour for individual, $60-$80 total for paired, and $30 -$40 per person for group supervision. The rates can be negotiated between the supervisor and supervisee. When contacting a prospective supervisor, be sure to mention that you are a current GSCSW member inquiring about the low cost supervision member benefit.
If you are looking for a supervisor, please see the list below and contact the supervisors directly to try to work out arrangements. You may also contact Phyllis Glass, LCSW, at [email protected] for assistance with selecting a supervisor based on your clinical interest and need.
If you are interested in reviewing the requirements for LCSW licensure,click here. As a reminder to both supervisees and supervisors, the following requirement for documentation is enforced:
“Both supervisors and supervisees are required to maintain a contemporaneous record of the date, duration, type (individual, paired, or group), and a brief summary of the pertinent activity for each supervision session to be submitted to the Board upon request. If there are any discrepancies in hours, contemporaneous documentation of supervision will be requested.”
Interested In providing Low-Cost Supervision to GSCSW Members?
We would love to add you to our list of supervisors. The criteria for GSCSW Low-Cost Supervisors include:
1) Current membership in GSCSW.
2) Minimum of three years of post-LCSW clinical experience.
3) Minimum of two years experience supervising MSW intern level or higher.
Submit the application with all supporting documents (listed below) to the GSCSW Low-Cost Supervisor Chair at [email protected]
Supporting documents include:
A) a copy of current LCSW license
B) a copy of current malpractice insurance
C) two professional reference forms from colleagues (who are not previous supervisees) who have known you for at least two years. The form can be accessed here: Reference Form: Low Cost Supervision Reference Form
In order to help us track the matches that are being made, we ask that both supervisors and supervisees please contact the Low Cost Supervision chair at [email protected] to provide that information.
My clinical interests include: life transitions, chronic and terminal illness, grief (including disenfranchised grief) and loss, advance care planning, geriatric psychotherapy, capacity building, advocacy, healthcare policy, and high-conflict relationships. My theoretical frameworks include: REBT, EFT, SFT, Gestalt, and existential psychotherapy.
If you are interested in clinical supervision and you have an interest in management, organizational leadership, advocacy, grant writing, program development and service utilization/delivery, give me a call or send an email. I offer individual and group supervision virtually at this time.
I provide support to individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, and stress. I specialize in supporting BIPOC who suffer from “imposter syndrome” and women who struggle with “superwoman syndrome”.
My professional experience includes working in community mental health, the prison system and substance abuse treatment. I have experience with crisis stabilization, intake assessments including diagnosing, case management, and individual therapy. I am open to virtual and in person clinical supervision. Please contact me for further information if interested.
Provides supervision in both individual and group formats. Sessions focus on presentation of clinical material with a focus on children, adolescents, and families. Diagnostic criteria are reviewed, various interventions are discussed, ethical dilemmas and questions concerning professional development are often addressed in supervision.
Providing Individual and Couples Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision using trauma-informed, relational, experiential emotion-focused, and attachment-based approaches (including EFT for couples and AEDP for individuals). LMSW Clinical Group Supervision meets Mondays 12:00pm to 1:30pm.
My professional experience includes diversity inclusion work in higher education to clinical therapy for youth and families. In my current professional role, I lead a team of licensed clinicians and mental health providers in a school-based mental health program in multiple districts in the state of Georgia. Accepting only virtual supervisees sessions at this time.
I am trained in DBT, CBT, EMDR, ERP, Motivational Interviewing, and am trauma informed. I have experience with adults, adolescents, and children age 4 and up in a school-based setting, community mental health, and private practice. I have extensive experience in treating trauma, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, OCD, grief, substance abuse, as well as general stress and life transitions. I also provide a safe place for LGBTQIA+ individuals and those in nontraditional relationships.
Specialty – Certified in TF-CBT and Nurturing Parenting Programs. Supervision offered virtually and in-person on a case by case basis, both individual and group. Primary focus on children, adolescents, and families as well as preparing for licensure exam.
I have extensive experience working in residential settings including In-Patient Psychiatry. I’ve practiced in Florida, North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina. I hold licenses in the latter 3 and actively practice in South Carolina and Georgia. I have provided behavioral on-site therapy, supervised a foster care and adoptions unit, led 2 Intensive In-Home Therapy teams, and provided out patient therapy. I am currently in private practice at the Wisdom Solutions of the CSRA which I started a little over 3 years ago.