Clinical Supervision Services for the LCSW
Clinical Supervision for tomorrow’s social work innovators. In order to be prepared, apply and complete your Illinois licensing exam for your LCSW, requires 3,000 hours of quality clinical supervision by an LCSW or Licensed Psychologist in Illinois. After working hard to obtain your Master’s degree, you might find a wonderful employment experience, but no access to clinical supervision…I am here to help.
What can you expect from your supervision?
Individualized supervision to meet the needs of your social work experience, your employer and your professional goals. Each supervisee is required to complete a clinical supervision contract and have an initial one-hour (free) meeting to discuss these goals prior to supervision. Then each week, we will meet to review cases, explore professional topics and begin to review for the LCSW exam.
After completion of your clinical hours, I will complete the VE-SW form required for your LCSW exam application.
Most supervisory meetings are held in person; however, in the case of travel and distance, protected skype meetings can also be an option.
How much does it cost?
Typically, a social worker will spend anywhere from 50-100 an hour for clinical supervision. I charge 25.00 an hour as I understand that being a beginning social worker isn’t an easy task nor one that needs additional stressors. If you believe that 25.00 an hour is more than you can afford for the one hour a week supervisory meeting, please let me know.
If you know of another peer that is in need of clinical supervision and you are both interested in meeting for small group supervision each week, each of you will be charged 20.00 an hour. This would be a cost savings to the two of you!
Kim Keenan, MA, MSW, LCSW, PhD is a graduate of The University of Illinois School of Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the State of Illinois. She has over 28 years of social work experiences in child welfare management, private mental health practice, founder and developer of not for profit, and population healthcare strategist. Kim is an author, teacher for both undergraduate and graduate level social work courses, and research reviewer for professional journals. More on LinkedIn.
Contact me for more information. View the Clinical Supervision Contract