CYNTHIA FREEMAN-SMALLS, Ed.D, LPC, NCC, CPCS

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The purpose, goals and objectives of supervision include monitoring and ensuring the welfare of clients seen by the supervisee, promoting development of the supervisee's professional counselor identity and competence, fulfilling any academic requirements of the supervisee, and fulfulling any requirements in preparation for the supervisee's pursuit of the state licensure. Dr. Smalls uses an eclectic approach combining models of supervision through discussion of professional experiences, expression of personal reactions, and a review of video-taped or live sessions.

Feedback will be provided to supervisee during each session evaluating clinical skills and professional development growth. The supervisor will examine the client's presenting issues and treatment plans with the supervisee, challenge supervisee to justify approach and techniques used, monitor supervisee's basic attending skills, support supervisee's development as a professional counselor, intervene when client welfare is at risk, and ensure ethical guidelines are upheld. Dr. Smalls follows the American Counseling Association's (ACA) Code of Ethics. 

             Clinical Supervision for Licensure

LPC Group Supervision is forming now in Douglasville for pre-licensed clinician who are seeking clinical supervision hours towards full licensure. The group will cover topics such as assessment, diagnosis, techniques, preparing for the exam and other clinical topics.

 Cost: $100 per session. A session can last up to 3 hours. 


$ 100 USD

We now offer Tele-Supervision. Tele-supervision refers to the use of two-way digital video conferencing technologies for the purpose of clinical supervision. TeleSupervision will be considered only by evaluation by the supervisor or once 50 hours of clinical supervision is achieved. Supervisor: Cynthia Freeman Smalls, Ed.D, LPC, NCC, CPCS