For LPC and LMFT Associates
Led by Susan Gonzales, LPC-S, LMFT-S
As a Clinical Supervisor with more than 14 years of counseling experience, Susan provides supervision to therapists-in-training to fulfill Texas State Board requirements for full LPC and/or LMFT licensure. Her supervision approach combines education, guidance, and support for improving clinical techniques and building a successful private practice.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How important is the supervision relationship?
As clinicians know, finding a “good fit” is essential to the success of the therapeutic process. The same goes for finding a supervisor. The supervisee and supervisor will be spending approximately 2 years together, so the selection process is essential! Please don’t hesitate to call me to see if we are a good fit.
What do I have to offer as a potential supervisor?
I have been in the counseling field for over a decade and have worked in several different agencies and private practice settings. I offer a unique approach to supervision by providing education not only on expanding your therapeutic identity and skills, but also the “ins and outs” of running a successful business. My educational background is in Business and Counseling. I know that it can be challenging trying to navigate your way through this particular field because I have been there, too. However, I also know that a career in counseling can be extremely rewarding. My primary goal as supervisor is to
offer continual guidance while the supervisee navigates their way through licensure.
How often will we meet?
Supervision entails meeting every other week for 1 hour as mandated by the board.
What will we discuss in Supervision meetings?
Case conceptualization • Career within the field • The business of private practice • Helpful techniques to utilize with clientele • Access to supervisor’s materials such as books, handouts, trainings etc. • Potential opportunity to work within a private practice setting
How much does Supervision cost?
Please contact us at email@example.com for Susan’s current rates!