We help you build your future Private Practice! At FCCS, we understand that we don't own clients. When you complete your hours and leave the FCCS "nest," you have every right and responsibility to take your clients with you. This is in the best interest of your clients who have developed a healing, therapeutic relationship with you.
FCCS occasionally recruits for Associate (formerly called "Intern") positions. If you are interested in finding out about completing your LMFT, LPCC or LCSW associateship with FCCS, please contact us. About Supervision Clinical Supervision is a vital part of your early learning and growth as a therapist. Laying a solid foundation is important to your future clients’ – and your career- success.
So many new grads take the stance of "Pick me!" rather than "Whom shall I pick?" Don't settle on the first Supervisor that comes along or grab the most affordable Supervisor in town. Here are some ideas to consider when finding your Supervisor...
- Interview your potential supervisor (does he or she specialize in your desired clinical focus. have an approachable personality, etc.) - Is he or she a good therapist/ would you go to this person as a client if you weren't choosing them as a Supervisor? - Sit in on a real supervision group (a confidentiality agreement will need to be signed) - Ask questions related to the field, his or her background, and the licensing process - Ask colleagues for recommendations - Do research on each potential Supervisor
Please don’t take this aspect of your training lightly. Take the time to find the right fit.
If you would like to speak with Melinda Haynes, MA, LMFT about Clinical Supervision, please contact her.
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FCCS is directed by Melinda Haynes, MA, California LMFT license number 102308. Oklahoma LMFT license number 1153. North Carolina LMFT license number 2143.