Completing the clinical licensure process can be overwhelming, but we are here to help with that!
Our available supervisors are state and board approved. They help clinicians through the process of obtaining independent licenses and/or play therapy credentialing.
Our supervisors help develop goals, work towards clinical competency and support clinical development through individual and didactic supervision. Read more about their individual supervision styles and philosophies below!
Maria Laquerre LMFT, RPTS
Maria utilizes the Systems/ Dialectical Model of Supervision (SDMS). SDMS considers aspects of the supervisor-trainee relationship as well as assessing and addressing the developmental level of a supervisee. She believe that how a supervisor responds to a supervisee will transfer into the therapy room and affect how they responds to their own clients. SDMS provides that supervisors and trainees are individual biological systems that are influenced by their biological and social factors, again viewing the individual within a systems concept and being mindful of how that affects their engagement in supervision.
Maria is a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Maria chose to complete these additional certifications to further her own skills and she believes that ongoing education and training is vital to all aspects of her profession. To learn more about these certifications, please visit: www.aamft.org and www.a4pt.org.
Contact Maria directly for rates and availability: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jessica Cauthorne, LCSW
Jessica is an LCSW and an approved supervisor by the New Mexico Board of Social Work Examiners. Jessica has had significant supervision experience, including as a Permanency Placement Supervisor at the Children Youth and Families Department as well as clinical supervision of interns in a psychiatric hospital setting. Jessica has been a practicing therapist for over ten years, providing clinical services to children, adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Jessica utilizes her supervision training and real practice experience to help clinicians understand and implement best practice standards, allowing them to strengthen their skills, ensure client welfare, establish their own therapeutic identity, while supporting their growth and professional development.
Contact Jessica directly for rates and availability: 575-993-8713 or email@example.com.
Lisa McVann, LCMHC
As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a New Mexico Approved Supervisor Lisa has had the opportunity to support many individuals as they work towards their personal and professional goals. Lisa has provided mental health treatment in a variety of settings including inpatient psychiatric care, public school, college, and in private practice.
Her areas of interest include working with those experiencing postpartum mood and anxiety issues, anger, self-esteem issues, and stress. Lisa also works with individuals who have medical issues affecting their emotional health such as those living with chronic pain and autoimmune disorders. Lisa believes counseling is a collaborative process to help find meaning and healing through all of life’s transitions. Her approach is authentic and eclectic to meet the individual needs and goals of clients. Lisa also provides supervision to those who are seeking independent licensure in New Mexico as well as interns in graduate programs seeking experience at a public school site.
Contact Lisa directly for rates and availability: firstname.lastname@example.org.