Practicum/Internship Site Supervisor Information
Site supervisors play a critical role in educating our graduate counseling students during their practicum or internship. Below are resources you will find applicable to the oversight of the supervised clinical experience.
Site Supervision at a Glance
Site Supervisor Checklists
Site Supervisor Orientation PowerPoints
Site Supervisor Manuals
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Marriage and Family Therapy (online)
Marriage and Family Counseling (residential)
Tevera is an online workspace for students to log their hours and for supervisors to complete evaluations of the students’ counseling skills. It needs to be purchased by the student as course material through Liberty’s online bookstore. Once purchased, the student must register in Tevera to ensure placement.
For further information, please visit our Tevera webpage.
**Residential students will use LiveText in place of Tevera for their residential practicum/internship courses. For information on LiveText, please visit our LiveText webpage.
In appreciation for your service as site supervisors, we will be offering free continuing education (CE) opportunities twice a semester, which we trust will enhance your work as a supervisor and your overall professional development as a counselor. You play a crucial role in the development of our next generation of counselors. We invite you to click on the links below to access your free CE opportunity:
Continuing Education Training Opportunities for Clinical Site Supervisors
CREATE(ing) Effective Counselor Supervision
Steve Johnson, PhD, ThM, LPC, LMFT, ACS, Karin Dumont, PhD, NCC, LCMHC-S, LCAS, CCMHC, CCCJS, CMCC, ACS, Henry Bruns, PhD
Supervisors are the bridge linking a student’s formal education to their clinical experience. Given this important role, the CACREP standards, the ACA code of ethics, and the ACES best practices each underscore the importance of continuing education and professional development opportunities. In the spirit of advancing continuing education opportunities for supervisors, this program assists supervisors in CREATE(ing)a memorable framework designed to enhance supervisor self-efficacy, competence, and effectiveness.
- Understand the CREATE acronym as a suggested common factors conceptualization for supervision
- Identify key concepts of the CREATE model of supervision
- Apply content of the CREATE model to supervision
Quiz link not included in details: CREATE(ing) Effective counselor supervision quiz link
For questions regarding CE credits or issues with the viewing of the above links, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.