Clinical Supervision: Creating Capes

Clinical Superhero

noun

A person who balances the mental health treatment of others with superhuman strengths in empathy, documentation, and ethical practice to serve others in their community.

 

Helping you help others

Providing clinical supervision to help young professionals go from drowning in dread to standing tall as Clinical Superheroes. Empowering mental health professionals to overcome their fears and develop their strengths, Khara Croswaite Brindle has completed her Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) training with the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in order to continue supervision with other therapists, including providing clinical supervision, administrative supervision, and supporting therapist personal growth and development. Khara offers clinical supervision to MA-level therapists seeking licensure requirements for Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Colorado. This includes weekly supervision and crisis support for client populations of youth 10 years and older and their families that are considered at-risk with a history of trauma, mental health diagnoses, and/or social services or probation involvement.

For more information, please contact Khara directly at croswaitecounselingpllc@gmail.com

 

Clinical Tools: Saving Lives

COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT AND COORDINATION OF SAFETY (C.A.C.S.)

Croswaite Counseling, PLLC is the proud owner of an online and mobile app for Suicide Risk Assessment called the Community Assessment and Coordination of Safety (C.A.C.S.)®. It is a resource for trained helping professionals to assess risk, safety plan, and connect individuals to valuable mental health and substance use resources state-wide in Colorado. Please visit cacs-co.com for more information.