Clinical Supervision

Licensure Supervision Group
Licensure supervision for LPC, LMFT, LCSW

In recognition of the very human elements of the counseling relationship, the counseling community has created a structure through which to examine and learn from both failures and successes of the counseling process. Clinical supervision is the powerful partnership of qualified professionals to sharpen their therapeutic skills, provide accountability, and accelerate the personal and professional growth of the counselor.

I help other clinicians be successful and professional in their work through clinical supervision, out of my powerful, rigorous commitment to advance quality care. Questions and mistakes are a natural part of a counselor’s career, and I serve as a committed listener, coach and supervisor through that process.

  • Have support when unsure of proper next steps in a complex case
  • Serve your clients—and yourself—responsibly and effectively
  • 20 years of clinical experience and 10 years of clinical supervision experience
  • Experience in both private practice supervision and supervision in large clinical settings
  • Clear, collaborative goal-setting and accountability to ensure that practitioner growth is realized

I am particularly experienced in the following methodologies:

  • Gestalt
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Jungian Analysis
  • Mediation

Contact me to find out more about the clinical supervision process.

“It is my pleasure to recommend Marc Andrews as a Clinical Supervisor toward licensure, or for any other purpose. As an LCSW myself, I have been supervised by many leaders through the years, and continue to consider Marc Andrews the best supervisor I’ve ever had. Marc possesses a unique ability to combine his professional expertise, experience and wisdom with a genuine personal interest and dedication to the supervisee’s professional and personal growth as a clinician. Within a month, I felt like he had known me and my work thoroughly for several years.

He is at ease giving both positive and negative feedback, and leaves the recipient feeling supported toward growth and development, no matter how egregious their error. His interventions are solid, empirically based, and successful, and he’s able to communicate both the process and the intended outcomes. Terms that come to mind when I recall clinical supervision from Marc include thorough, attentive, educated, experienced, approachable, clinical expert. Some less-common descriptions in the professional realm that I believe are essential components of Marc’s excellence as a Clinical Supervisor include balanced, gentle, affirming, graceful, intuitive, full of wisdom, an ‘old soul.’ He’s an invaluable asset not only to his supervisees, but to the field as a whole.”

—Stephanie Gallian LCSW (Clinical Supervisee)

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