LOW COST SUPERVISION
As a service to the social work community, GSCSW offers low cost supervision to all recent MSWs looking for LCSW supervision. Our supervisors are seasoned clinicians, who have expertise in a variety of modalities, theoretical orientations, populations, and specialties. Suggested fees for supervision are $40-60 for individual (up to 2 supervisees) and $30-40 for group and can be negotiated between supervisor and supervisee. When contacting a prospective supervisor, be sure to mention that you are inquiring about GSCSW’s low cost supervision service.
If you are looking for a supervisor, please see the list below or contact Jean Rowe, LCSW at email@example.com who will assist you in 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.”
For those who are interested in becoming a supervisor, the criteria is:
1. Is a current member of GSCSW.
2. A supervisor has at least three years of post LCSW clinical experience.
3. At least two of the total years of experience include MSW intern level or above of supervisory experience.
If you are interested in providing supervision please download and fill out the supervisor application and return it to Jean Rowe, LCSW, at firstname.lastname@example.org,
In order to help us track the matches that are being made, we ask that both supervisors and supervisees please contact Jean to provide that information.
|Mary Ablett||Atlanta||Anxiety disorders and childhood behavioral problems.|
|Janet Adams||North and South Fulton||Focus on adolescents and families, primarily use CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing|
|Stephanie Barnhart||Atlanta||Helping individuals and organizations navigate transitions|
|Jeanne E. Bedell||Atlanta||Psychotherapy Theoretical orientation.|
|Margaret Brown||Decatur||Anxiety, depression, ADD, relationship problems|
|Jamie Bray||Atlanta/Cumming||DBT, TF-CBT, and systems theroetical models.|
|Sharon D. Burford||Atlanta||Individual Psychotherapy and Supervision toward Licensure|
|Sharman Colosetti||Decatur||Individual and Group Adult psychotherapy.|
|Sandra Ebrahimi||Atlanta||Individuals, couples, supervision with a focus on mind/body integration|
|Phyllis Glass||Atlanta||Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Supervision|
|Suzanne R. Greene||Gainesville||Adult psychotherapy groups.|
|Christina Hambrick||Decatur||Adolescent, Adult, and Family Therapist. Trained in DBT and MBSR.|
|Polly Hart||Atlanta/Cumming||Clinical supervision and general family practice.|
|Jessi Heneghan||Atlanta||Child and adolescent mindfulness|
|Diane Hilleary||Brookhaven||Specializing in treatment for women and girls with eating disorders, addiction, anxiety and mood disorders|
|Valerie Hughley||College Park||Psychotherapy|
|Claudette Idigo||Fayetteville||Mental health therapy|
|Michael Johnson||Atlanta||Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy.|
|Barbara Lee Nama||Atlanta||Psychodynamic, object relations, and cognitive approaches with individuals and couples.|
|Sharon Peterson||Sandy Springs|
|Phyllis Rosen||Atlanta||individual therapy, relational therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, groups , health and mental health issues.|
|Jean Rowe||Atlanta||Breast cancer|
|Woodfin J. Threlkeld||Atlanta||Relationship issues and stage of life issues.|
|Linda F. Weiskoff||Atlanta||Supervision, adults, children, couples, and families|
|Alyce Ellington Wellons||Atlanta||Imago therapist, addiction and recovery.|