LPC Supervision provided by Rachel Meltzer LPC-S
LPC Supervision encourages Associates to expand their knowledge, apply new techniques, and develop confidence in building a unique professional identity to become an effective and ethical therapist.
I am currently accepting applications from a limited number of LPC-Associates.
I am approved by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors to provide supervision to LPC-Associates who are working towards the required 3000 supervised hours. Supervision will be based on the guidelines established by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors.
Besides reviewing clinical cases, I also cover a wide variety of topics in supervision including, confidentiality, best practices, treatment planning, diagnosing, termination, practice development, and ethical boundaries. Please contact me to set up a face-to-face meeting if you believe we could be a good fit.
Meltzer Counseling Associates are provided numerous learning and networking opportunities. We have a supportive and collaborative culture both within the practice and the larger mental health/Recovery community created to nurture all clinical interests including Trauma work, child and adolescents, families, couples, eating disorders, substance use disorders as well as general psychological or adjustment issues.
Throughout being an Associate there are several focused in-services offered including visiting experts in the field including Psychiatrists and Specialists. Previous ones have included experts/topics on Eating Disorders, Parental Alienation, Best practices in LGBTQ client care, Trauma-Informed work, Ethics, and Grief Work.
The supervision is in the Meltzer Counseling offices. A minimum of 4 hrs face-to-face meetings which include a once monthly, rich 2-hour group supervision experience.
Supervision fees are $300 per month for associates providing client services onsite and $400 per month for offsite supervision.
Requirements to start Supervision
- Copy of Transcript
- Copy of NCE Score and Jurisprudence exam
- Copy of Temporary License if applicable
- Copy of Liability Insurance
- Signed Supervisory Agreement Form
- Licensing paperwork to send to the TX State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
Texas State Requirements
Masters Degree in counseling from an accredited university and completion of all classes and practicum as required by the LPC Board. For information go to www.dshs.state.tx.us/counselor
Successful completion of the National Counselor Exam supervision contract signed by both parties.
Application for LPC Licensure, Practicum Documentation, and Supervisory Agreement Form sent to the Texas State Board of Examiners in Austin.