Qualified Supervision for Social Work Interns

My name is Jenna Waterbury, LCSW, DCC. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Distance Credentialed Counselor in the states of FL and MI with over fifteen years of experience in the mental health field. I am a Qualified Supervisor in both FL and MI. I have extensive experience working with at risk children and families as well as children and adolescents with behavioral issues and trauma. I also spend a significant portion of my time devoted to working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders and those experiencing life transition and adjustment issues.  I am the owner of New Beginnings Counseling Center, LLC. I provide face to face therapy as well as teletherapy.

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I have been providing clinical supervision to interns and social workers pursuing licensure since 2007. I believe that clinical supervision establishes a learning alliance between myself and the supervisee in which the supervisee learns therapeutic skills while developing self-awareness. I take time to teach the knowledge, skills, and attitudes important for clinical tasks and teach you what you need to know to provide specific services to specific patients. Supportive supervision is a key component to your success and this is my commitment to you. I will provide you with the supportive, one on one supervision that you need. I typically supervise one to two individuals at a time. I want to ensure that each person receives the quality supervision that they need to deliver exceptional care to their clients. Supportive supervision is concerned with increasing job performance by decreasing job related stress that interferes with work performance. This in turn translates to better care for clients.

Topics in clinical supervision will include: case review, ethical issues (including boundaries), legal issues (including things such as mandated reporting laws), diagnostic skills, treatment planning, counter transference, use of self in social work, interventions, writing of effective case notes, relationships with colleagues and management, dealing with work related stress, current events related to social work, self care, developing confidence, career goals and preparing for the licensing exam. If you are interested in further exploring supervision options with me, feel free to contact me.

FL License Number: SW12079
MI License Number: 6805085861