*As of Spring 2023, I do not have any LPC Associate positions available. Please consider Carole at Authentic Balance or Allison at Selah Counseling.
- Choosing a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) should be taken seriously. The Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors sets forth strict rules and regulations that must be adhered to. Interview your potential LPC-S carefully, always refer to the LPC Rules when in doubt, and keep good records.
- I have practiced in a variety of settings including Cook Children's Medical Center, Corphealth Managed Care (mental health insurance company), Aegon-Transamerica Long-term Care Insurance company, and currently work as an Intake and Assessment clinician in the Emergency Department at Baylor All Saints Hospital downtown Fort Worth.
- In addition to direct client care, I serve as an adjunct professor teaching graduate level courses.
- My private office is located at 1810 8th Ave., Ste. B204 (2nd floor), Fort Worth, Texas 76110
Your Supervision Fee ($85 per session) Includes the Following
- Individual weekly sessions. Virtual Supervision is always an option (I promise I won't judge your bedhead or pjs).
- Feedback and guidance on counseling techniques, diagnosis, assessments, ethics, and application of theories.
- Group Supervision can be done 50% of the time for those who like to collaborate and share experiences.
- Review your case notes to improve documentation and monitor ethical compliance.
- I support LPC Associates interested in working in private practice.
- Supervision rates can vary based on special conditions. Feel free to email me or call me for further details.
What I am looking for in an LPC Associate
- A strong ethical foundation. Please know your Texas Board Rules. You can find them here: www.bhec.texas.gov/statues-and-rules/index.html
- Someone who accepts responsibility, is dedicated and respectful of the supervisor-supervisee relationship, is organized, has effective time management skills, and is willing to ask questions
- An LPC Associate who is dedicated to the counseling profession and is willing to advance your skills by attending continuing education opportunities
- Someone who understands the supervisor-supervisee relationship can be cancelled for any reason by either party at any time if it is not working out
State of Texas LPC Associate Process
- Masters Degree or PhD in Counseling or Psychology from an accredited university and completion of all classes and practicum as required by the LPC Board. For more detailed information go to the LPC Board's website at www.bhec.texas.gov/texas-state-board-of-examiners-of-professional-counselors/index.html
- Successful completion of the National Counselor Exam (NCE) or the National Clinical Mental Health Counselor (NCMHC) Exam
- Interview potential supervisors. Complete a supervision contract form which both parties must sign.
- Apply for LPC Licensure. All LPC Associate documents are to be sent to the Texas State Board of Examiners. Your application process may take up to six weeks to be processed.
- An Associate must obtain 3,000 total clock hours while under supervision, 1,500 hours must be direct client contact during a minimum of 18 months.
- Maintain accurate records of logged hours, supervised hours, and supervision notes. You may use Time2Track or an Excel spreadsheet.
- Obtain insurance. There are several options available such as CPH, HPSO, American Professional Agency, and Hiscox.
- Please refer to the Texas Administrative Code for further information at www.bhec.texas.gov/statues-and-rules/index.html