LPC Supervision Training
Virtual interactive workshops focused on training you to be the best LPC supervisor possible.
What other people are saying about the training...
David has experience in areas of the nine topics from R 338.1781 Rule 81 (2) (b) (i-ix) required by the State of Michigan’s Licensing Board for LPC’s to supervise LLPC’s:
i. Roles and functions of counseling supervisors
ii. Models of counseling supervision
iii. Mental health-related professional development
iv. Methods and techniques in counseling supervision
v. Supervisory relationship issues
vi. Cultural issues in supervision
vii. Group supervision
viii. Legal and ethical issues in counseling supervision
ix. Evaluation of supervisee competence and the supervision process
Lighthouse Counseling ENT has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7334. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Lighthouse Counseling ENT is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Upcoming LPC Supervision Trainings
Testimonial about the LPC Supervision Virtual Training
The content of the program was excellent, well-structured, and relevant, delivered at a pace that facilitated easy understanding. The material provided insights that can be directly applied to my professional practice, enhancing its value immensely.
Our presenter, David Frobish, demonstrated exceptional knowledge on the topic and commendable presentation skills. His clear and articulate manner of presenting complex concepts, combined with his evident passion for the subject matter, greatly enriched the learning experience.
The virtual platform used for the program was user-friendly and reliable, offering a seamless learning experience. The accommodations made it easy for all participants to fully engage in the program, highlighting the thoughtfulness behind the organization.
The program materials were of outstanding quality, clear, concise, and instrumental in understanding and retaining the information presented. These resources are not only a great supplement to the learning process but will also continue to be a valuable reference in the future.
Lastly, the relevance of the virtual LPC Supervision Workshop to professional counselors like myself was highly significant. The content was not only directly applicable to our current work but also shed light on areas for future growth and development. This workshop has already proven to be a game-changer in my professional practice.