Clinical Supervision Training

Supervisor Preparedness The counseling profession is navigating tremendous growth. We are growing in the state of Georgia but also throughout the United States as well as internationally. As more counselors complete graduate training and work toward licensure in their respective states, there is a need for quality clinical supervisors. Clinical supervisors are critically important to … Read more

The Fear of Being a Therapist

I don’t know what else to call it. So I am calling it “The Fear of Being a Therapist.” I’m finding that a number of beginning counselors and those who have been practicing for years hold a variety of fears that are crippling and overwhelming. These are the fears I hear about from beginning counselors … Read more

APC (LAPC) Status in Georgia, Ethics and Private Practice

Proper Guidance Associate Professional Counselors in Georgia face a series of dilemmas and challenges. The biggest of these challenges is obtaining proper guidance as they navigate the pre-licensure process. The greatest single source of proper guidance is the clinical supervisor. Many clinical supervisors are equipped to provide guidance and feedback on therapy, diagnosis, treatment planning … Read more

Diagnosis Related CE’s – Complying with SB 319 & GA Composite Board Rule 135-12

As many of you know Georgia Senate Bill 319 passed and was signed into law by the Governor onĀ  April 26, 2016. If a licensee has been independently licensed by April 26, 2016, they are exempt from the psychopathology/diagnosis course requirements related to this ruling 135-12. The language in SB 319 required the GA Composite … Read more