Clinical Supervision and Addiction Counselor Supervision
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor, Lori Johnson offers supervision or consultation for students and those seeking licensure or CAC certification in Colorado. I come from a collaborative perspective and have been trained in supervision, multiculturalism, and theoretical orientations including but not limited to: CBT, M-CBT, TR-CBT, ACT, ERP/EXRP, Narrative, Motivational Interviewing, and Existential. I have worked in a variety of agencies and institutions in the Denver and can help facilitate your professional growth within the context you currently work.
I offer a collaborative perspective to help you along your journey to being your genuine self in your therapeutic presence. With mindfulness practices and clinical perspectives, you can learn to tune into client needs and your own presence as a therapist with integrity. The supervision process includes: required documentation and verification of supervision hours, professional development plans, suggested resources, contacts within the community, guidance through the field, and private practice structure. Finding a supervisor that is a good fit for you is important. Please let me know if you might have any questions to help you with your search.
What supervision is like with me:
Inclusive of your culture and life experiences
Addiction Counselor Supervision is offered at the rate of $120 per clinical hour. Sliding scale and group rates available (if you have multiple colleagues). Whether you are starting a private practice, working in the community, or working in variety of hospital/inpatient/agency settings, supervision is a growth process of alining your training with your abilities. If you are interested in clinical supervision with me your LPC, LAC, or Certified Addiction Counselor, please call to discuss further (720) 295-9522.
What is the difference between consultation and clinical supervision?
Consultation is offered as peer to peer support to talk about clinical issues from a perspective. Consultation is not suited for needed certification and license hours verification as it is not a role to oversee your efforts as a clinician. Consultation may shed light on specific issues or clinical application (such as the Exposure and Response prevention therapy I offer).
If you are interested in an Addiction counselor supervision or LPC supervision for your therapy practice or agency work, give me a call to discuss further (720) 295-9522.