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New Insights affords Clinical Supervision from a Certified Clinical Supervisor. Interns seeking LCAS or CSAC qualifications with the North Carolina Addiction Specialist Professional Practice Board (NCASPPB) is available.
Supervision is an opportunity for you to have your skills enhanced and to gain confidence and competence in your craft. Ultimately, effective clinical supervision ensures that clients are competently served. Supervision ensures that counselors continue to increase their skills, which in turn
increases treatment effectiveness, client retention,
and staff satisfaction.
We will provide emotional support and a give feedback on your progress. We provide assistance with professional development.
You gain your required supervised hours, and the assurance that the services you provide are competent ethical and safe.
A Supervisor is a teacher, coach, consultant, mentor, evaluator, and administrator; You will be provided support, encouragement
and education while addressing an array of psychological, interpersonal, physical, and spiritual issues of clients. The clinical supervisor also
serves as liaison between administrative and clinical
For the CADC, LCAS, and CCJP; the practicum supervision must be completed with a CCS or CSI at a ratio of 1:10 hours. After the practicum is completed, the supervision ratio changes to 1:40, however it may only be provided by CCS or CSI. The CADC and CCJP require on-going supervision at a ratio of 1:40 for the first renewal cycle, 1:80 for the next, and finally 1:160 for as long as they hold the credential. This may be provided by an LCAS.
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Our desire at New Insights is to maintain high standards of supervision. We will cover the NC Administrative code, knowledge of the 12 Core functions, therapy modalities, exam preparation, personal experience and more.