Texas LPC and LMFT Comprehensive Supervisor Training v2.0


Pace Setter: Leadership & Culture in Mental Health - Bundled Product

The adventure … that began with starting a private practice in 2007 is a journey I am still on today, and I have had the honor of employing professionals inside our practice and training professionals outside of our practice. As the years have gone on, I have noticed a lack of emphasis on and a lack of stories about leadership in the mental health field. Not the own-your-own-practice-and-earn-a-six-figure-salary stories that are currently rampant. Instead, stories that acknowledge the weight of leadership versus the glory and financial gain, including stories about the information gained and lessons learned through hard work, stress, and tears.

SKU: RMJ02OD100V2 Category:

Course Description

The LPC and LMFT Supervisor Training prepares participants to become supervisors who identify the needs of their supervisees whether supervising for employers or as supervisors for state licensing boards. This training is unique from other supervisor trainings, with an emphasis on building relationships with supervisees through a selection of activities and creating a plan for growth for each supervisee. A recognition of the roles and responsibilities of supervision, as well as a comparison of supervision theories, including theory-based, non theory-based, and newer research-based perspectives, are covered. The process of interviewing, selecting a supervisee, and ethical guidelines in supervision are examined. Legal and ethical issues in supervision are identified and participants are provided with electronic documents and ethical paperwork. Participants select from methods, techniques, and modalities of supervision (including the use of technology) to personalize and accommodate individual clinical settings. The training also includes electronic documents of evaluations for both supervisee and supervisor to use throughout the supervision process. Participants are given activities and assessments to encourage dialogue as culturally responsive supervisors.



Learning Objectives:

  1. Create a plan with activities focused on building a relationship and developing a supervisee
  2. Describe the roles and responsibilities in the supervision relationship and how to
    meet the needs of your supervisee
  3. Compare theoretical frameworks and models of clinical supervision
  4. Examine how to choose a supervisee, what to discuss in the interview process, and ethical guidelines for supervision
  5. Identify administrative procedures and responsibilities related to clinical supervision including a supervision plan, record keeping, and reporting
  6. Select from methods, techniques, and modalities for clinical supervision including individual and group supervision
  7. Describe the use of technology in supervision
  8. Prepare for how to navigate supervisory relationship concerns
  9. Create documents and ethical paperwork to use in supervision for remediation and gatekeeping including an informed consent, contract, telehealth informed consent, release form for off-site supervisees, leave of absence, and a remediation plan
  10. Identify standards of practice, legal and ethical issues, and responsibilities in clinical supervision
  11. Select from three types of evaluations: self-report for self-awareness, supervisor perspective, both supervisee and supervisor completed evaluations
  12. Describe how to provide culturally responsive supervision




Dr. Johnson is the founder and owner of the Center for Counseling and Family Relationships, a large, thriving group practice that was established in 2007 and specializes in family systems and trauma-informed approaches. Dr. Johnson is also the founder and owner of CCFAM Training, established in 2012, offering supervision and ethics courses. She is also the owner of Play Therapy Training Resources, established in 2021. Through these companies, she provides continuing education, supervision, and consultations. She is also a teaching fellow for B.H. Carroll Seminary.

Dr. Johnson has supervised interns and associates since 2007, both individually and in groups, as well as virtually and in person. Sher has also provided supervision for supervisees within her practice, for those outside of her practice, and for supervisees with multiple sites, including community agencies, adoption agencies, and churches.