Licensed Clinical Social Work Supervision
Licensed Master Level Social Workers (LMSW) interested in pursuing clinical licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker may request supervision from the co-founder of My Choice Counseling & Wellness and Board Approved Supervisor, Edgar Napoles, LCSW-S
Supervision is a critical part of professional growth and takes commitment on both the supervisee and supervisor. It is an important part of skill development and self reflection as a clinician.
Supervision sessions are scheduled 2x a month for 2 hours each. Contact me to help answer any questions you may have as you start your journey into clinical practice.
Individual - $80 (per Hour)
Group- $45 (per Hour)
For information on updated rules and policies related to social work supervision visit the Behavioral Health Executive Council - Board of Social Work Examiners website or the Texas Administrative Code for social workers
Has been conferred a master's degree in social work from a CSWE-accredited social work program, or a doctoral degree in social work from an accredited institution of higher learning acceptable to the board, and has documentation in the form of a university transcript of successfully completing a field placement in social work.
Has had 3000 hours of board-approved supervised professional clinical experience over a period of 24 to 48 months, or its equivalent if the experience was completed in another jurisdiction. Board-approved supervised professional experience must comply with §781.404 of this title (relating to Recognition as a Board-approved Supervisor and the Supervision Process) and all other applicable laws and rules
Has had a minimum of 100 hours of board-approved supervision, over the course of the 3000 hours of experience, with a board-approved supervisor. Supervised experience must have occurred within the five calendar years immediately preceding the date of LCSW application. If the social worker completed supervision in another jurisdiction, the social worker shall have the supervision verified by the regulatory authority in the other jurisdiction. If such verification is impossible, the social worker may request that the board accept alternate verification of supervision.