Finding the right supervisor and supervisee relationship is just as important as finding the right therapist. You want to make sure your values are aligned, and your vision and goals are matched.
Clinical Supervision is where you develop into the professional you went to school to become. Supervision with Alamo Ranch Counseling & Wellness offers you the opportunity to build your clinical skills and learn about private practice (something not typically taught in grad school).
General Topics Covered in Supervision:
- Laws, Ethics, and Best Practices
- Multicultural Counseling and Competency
- Professional Boundaries and Self-Care
- Case Conceptualization, Assessment, and Treatment Planning
- Client Confidentiality and HIPAA
- Counseling Theories and Application
- Private Practice Skills
- And More
Working with Whitni Toson, MA, LPC-S:
Whitni is an LPC-S with over ten years of experience in the counseling field. She has advanced training and experience working with Mothers, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Teens, the BIPOC community, and Individuals who’ve experienced traumatic life events. Whitni’s theoretical orientation is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but she also uses other modalities, such as EMDR, to help her clients reach their treatment goals.
Whitni is an approved LPC Supervisor in Texas, and she is licensed to offer Supervision LPC-Associates. Whitni enjoys collaborating with people to reach a common goal, and mentorship is something that she has always enjoyed. If you are interested in working with Whitni, contact us today.
Reach out if you:
- Have Strong Morals and Ethics
- Are Compassionate and Empathetic
- Have interests in Maternal Mental Health, Teens, and Diverse Populations and Cultures
- Have great communication skills
- Want to be the best therapist you can be
- Have an interest in working in private practice
- Have an interest in running groups
Practicum and Internship Students:
We have limited space for practicum and internship students interested in areas such as trauma, maternal mental health, and adolescent/ teen mental health. We are looking for at least a two-semester commitment.
To learn more, contact us.