What is Clinical Supervision?
Clinical Supervision is a complex interchange between the supervisor and the practitioner. The goal of clinical supervision is to not only protect clients, but to enhance the skillset, comfort and provide a space for meaningful growth and development of associate licensed behavioral health professionals.
What model of clinical supervision does Jordanna use?
Jordanna uses a developmental model of supervision which takes in account each provider's unique knowledge, education, innate skill set, cultural experiences and motivation for their career.
What distinguishes Jordanna as a supervisor?
Jordanna has lived and professional experience working with Indigenous communities in the southwest and in Oklahoma. She brings a wealth of knowledge, support and insight into working with this population. Additionally, she is well versed in the specific challenges of both BIPOC providers and BIPOC patients. She is also an EMDR Certified Therapist and Consultant-in-training and has a wealth of knowledge about EMDR therapy.
Who can Jordanna supervise?
Jordanna is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is available to provide clinical supervision to Licensed Associate Counselors (LAC), Licensed Masters Social Workers (LMSW) and Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT) in compliance with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (AZBBHE) guidelines.
How many hours of clinical supervision are needed to apply for independent licensure?
The AZBBHE requires 100 hours of clinical supervision over a minimum of two years.
How many hours of clinical supervision can Jordanna provide?
Jordanna can provide 100 hours of supervision for LACs, 50 hours for LMSW's and 50 hours for LMFT's.
Can Jordanna provide virtual (live video) supervision?
What does she charge for supervision?
Jordanna charges $100 an hour for individual supervision and $65 an hour for group supervision.
*Note: a supervisee can have up to 6 clinical supervisors.
I have several years of clinical supervision experience in Community Mental Health as well as in Tribal Communities. I have been supervising interns for the bulk of my career. I have mentored and trained undergrad and grad students, interns, newly licensed providers and other providers to licensure. As a Navajo woman, coming from an underserved population I have special insight into the issues faced by BIPOC, rural and underserved communities.