I provide supervision for the western suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Currently I offer groups in Warrenville, Illinois on the border between Warrenville and Naperville.
I am providing LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Work) supervision because of my own challenges securing clinical supervision when I was a new social worker. Also, I had the honor of supervising three MSW students while working at Linden Oaks Hospital and found it an enriching experience.
I provide individual or group supervision for LSW’s working towards their LCSW. If you need your LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor) licensure, I can refer you to an excellent therapist at the same practice who does this. Groups tend to be the preferred method as they are a way to be part of a community of social workers thereby allowing you to hear what other new social workers are doing as well as being more economical.
- Groups are limited to five people.
- They will be for two hours approximately twice a month.
- The fee is $25/hour or $50/session.
- We will adjust our meeting times around holidays and summers.
- Everyone in the supervision group receives one “pass”, meaning they will not be charged if they do not show up without 48 hours notice. After that, you will be required to pay for missed sessions
If interested in group, or individual supervision contact me at (331) 444-2342 or email@example.com .
Information about the requirements for LCSW Supervision in Illinois as per the NASW of Illinois
- MSWs must work for 3,000 hours under the supervision of an LCSW
- PhDs/DSWs must work for 2,000 hours under supervision of an LCSW
- BSWs are ineligible for the LCSW
Professional Clinical Social Work Experience
- You must work either paid or volunteer, but it must be practice experience (non-clerical). Your work must consist of client contact or administrative work directly related to client contact to count toward your licensure.
- You may work part time (15-30 hrs/wk) or full time (30-40 hrs/wk)
- You must meet with your supervisor(s) a minimum of one hour per week to discuss client cases and treatment procedures
- You may have different supervisors at different times, provided they’re all licensed appropriately
- You may be supervised in groups of no more than 5 people at a time
- You may either have a supervisor who works for your employer or one you retain privately