LPC Supervision


You’re embarking on one of the most rewarding jobs on the planet!


You’ve worked so hard and finished your degree, but the journey is just starting.

How do you find the right supervisor?

Envision yourself as a confident counselor.

What type of clients do you want to work with? What do you want your clients to experience?

If you’re unsure now, that’s perfectly normal, but my goal is to help you develop your voice and identity as a therapist.

Most counseling students aren’t sure what supervision looks like after graduation.

Finding the right supervisor greatly impacts your journey as a counselor.

We will be working together for at least 18 months, so it’s important to find a supervisor who will help you develop confidence and clarify your identity as a clinician.

Research potential supervisors and meet with more than one.

Make sure you find one that fits you and your vision.

I believe in ascribing to the highest level of ethics possible.

Supervision that develops ethical counselors ready for the 21 st Century.

The world of counseling is evolving and will continue to change. It’s important to stay up to date on board rules and changes in the profession.

I’m someone who is a board certified telemental health provider because I believe in staying on top of the technology changes in our profession.

While I don’t require interns, who work with me to engage in telecounseling, if you’re interested in this area, then I can help.

Supervision is a process.

You’ll find that when we first start working together, I’ll be more hands on and directive. As your skills improve, I’ll trust you to be more independent and trust yourself.

My goal is for you to be the best independent practitioner possible and be ready for the world of counseling.

I’m approved by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors to provide supervision to LPC Interns with a temporary license. I typically supervise 4-6 interns at a time. We alternate between individual (2 interns) and group (4-6 interns) per week. I also offer supervision via webcam.

San Antonio Counselor PLLC Interns

I’m looking for interns who want to be the best therapist possible and who will put in time and effort to grow and learn build new skills.

I work well with individuals who have a strong sense of integrity, are self-aware, and seek feedback. I require interns to participate in training, personal growth, and engage in self-care.

If your goal is to develop your own private practice when you become licensed, then I provide guidance and support to help you establish and grow your practice.

Call me today! (512) 256-4929

I’m happy to answer any questions you have and meet in-person to see if we’re a good fit.