LPC Supervisor Services

Obtaining your degree is the first step in becoming a counselor. For counselors entering the field, I offer a supervisory program to help you find yourself in your own practice. Obtaining 3000 hours may seem like a giant hurdle, but I am here to help you confidently achieve that milestone. I like to have fun but also bring out deeper issues that naturally arise when working with others. I utilize a dyadic approach that consists of group and individual supervision.

I am a Board Approved Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor in the State of Texas. I have a private practice in Round Rock, Texas.

During your supervisory period, we will cover:

  1. Process skills: covering counseling techniques
  2. Personalization: those aspects of your experience that relate to you as a person, such as transference and countertransference
  3. Conceptualization: focuses on how you think about, plan for, and analyze your cases
  4. Administration: all other aspects of counseling such as case notes, ethics, licensure, and business practices.

I provide a supportive, reliable and open connection with my interns. I value your individual style and experiences that you bring into the practice. My fee is $350 per month.

Current Intern accepting new clients: Meletina.

I provide a supportive, reliable and open connection with my interns.

Meletina Taerbaum, M.A.

I hold a master’s degree in mental health and addictions counseling from Lewis & Clark College, and am currently being supervised by Stephanie Cruz-Trevino, M.A., LPC-S at Vital Insight Counseling. My approach to meeting your needs is focused on working collaboratively in a safe space that is non-judgmental. I draw from several counseling strategies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Collaborative Problem Solving, and Motivational Interviewing. I believe that together we can work through difficulties that are preventing you from living a happy and healthy life.

View my profile on Psychology Today!