De Novo Mental Health, LLC.
Choosing to be a social worker is more than just a job. Social work is a way of living our life, a value we have within ourselves, and a way of honoring every person's path. We choose to care for those in pain, and advocate for those whose voice has been taken away. Being a social worker is such important work.
For those social workers with their MSW who are looking to become a licensed clinical social worker by obtaining their LCSW in Missouri, their LSCSW in Kansas, or both, I provide clinical licensure supervision. I have received the necessary 16 hours of training required by the Missouri Committee of Social Workers, and my yearly booster training is current (Kansas does not have a training requirement for licensure supervision). I have experience in working with racially and socioeconomically diverse populations; children, adolescents, and adult women, including the family system; complex, chronic trauma that is sexual, physical, and/or emotional; chemical addiction and recovery; mood disorders, including dissociative disorders; self-harming behaviors; suicidal ideation; codependency and counterdependency; and intimate partner violence. Obtaining your social work license communicates to your clients a high level of competency and ethical standard.
Within the supervisory setting we will review and establish competency in the following areas:
My expectations for all supervisees include, but are not limited to:
I reserve the right to discontinue licensure supervision at any time if the above mentioned expectations do not occur.
My rate for licensure supervision is $75 per hour.