Clinical Supervision

Online clinical supervision is a game changer!​

Why? Because it allows clinicians to find the ​right supervisor, not just the one closest geographically. While you are working toward licensure, it’s important to partner with someone who has experience in your area of interest (online therapy, private practice, community mental health, in-patient, etc). Many states now allow clinical supervision hours to be completed online through live video conference, but it is important for you to know your own state requirements. I am an Approved Clinical Supervisor in the State of Washington.

My clinical experience is in private practice, with both in-person and online clients. ​For the past 5+ years I have worked with over 350 clients as an online therapist (messaging and video), and I have specialized experience treating clients in this modality, so If you are seeing clients online, let’s chat! I offer both individual and group supervision. Individual is great for concentrating on a particular issue and individualized attention. Groups have a maximum of 6 participants and offer a sense of peer support and learning from multiple perspectives.

Topics We’ll Discuss in Supervision

  • Your active cases
  • Ethical issues (eg. dual relationships)
  • Legal issues (eg. mandated reporting)
  • Counter-transference
  • Use of self in clinical work
  • Diagnostic skills
  • Treatment planning
  • Interventions
  • Documentation
  • Cultural competency
  • Career goals
  • Practice management
  • Self-care


mcfarlin.shannon@gmail.com
(206) 399-6955

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