LCSW & LPC Clinical Supervision Appointments Available
Are you looking for professional growth, new skills, supportive feedback, and hours towards your clinical license?
Let us help!
We have experienced Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Professional Counselors who are accepting new supervisees for both individual and group supervision. To make an appointment or inquire about fit, please complete our appointment request. To learn more about each supervisors interest and expertise review their profiles. Individual supervision investment $130 per session. Group supervision investment $50 per group and will be virtual until further notice.
LCSW Individual Supervisors
Abby Hawkins, LCSW
Abby combines her warm, genuine affirming presence with clinical supervisory skills grounded in evidence-based practices, bringing more that 7 years experience serving children, teens, and adults in a variety of community mental health settings across Philadelphia.
She is trained and experienced in DBT, graduated and prolonged exposure therapy, mindfulness practices and is currently training for certification in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP).
Her areas of clinical experience and interest include anxiety disorders, agoraphobia, OCD, disordered eating, managing chronic physical illness, relationship issues, stage of life transitional stressors, and LGBTQ+ related concerns with adolescents and adults.
Johanna Levitt, LCSW
Johanna’s experience spans 20 years and includes many years in non-profit community settings, clinical care management, in-home and outpatient therapy for a variety of client issues.
After her completion of her MSS from Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, she received post graduate course certificates in CBT, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI © Assessment).
Johanna brings her practices of Mindfulness, gratitude, and self-care to her work with supervisees.
Holly Van Belle
Holly is a licensed clinical social worker who earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from West Chester University.
She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and holds a PA Board Certification in Advanced Alcohol: Drug Counseling (CAADC).
Holly provides clinical supervision with an emphasis on how to ensure ethical, effective, and meaningful therapy. She brings knowledge and experience in areas of assessment and treatment planning, adult mental health, substance use disorders, evidenced-based practices, such as CBT and Motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and trauma focused therapies.
LPC Pre-licensure Individual Supervisors
Ted Koslowsky MS, LPC
Ted has experience working in partial hospital, intensive outpatient, and outpatient environments, including a suboxone program, in-home family therapy, community mental health, and private practice.
Ted holds certifications in CBT from the Beck Community Initiative and in prolonged exposure for PTSD from the Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety at Penn. He utilizes an eclectic approach, with aspects of CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), person-centered counseling, and motivational interviewing and brings this to supervision with individuals and groups, focusing on case consultation and presentations, as well as active skill-building.
Lisa Resnick, LPC
Lisa has been a therapist for 13 years and has previously worked in a variety of outpatient environments including community treatment prior to private practice work. She currently works with adults and older teens.
She creates space for supervisees to share their challenges safely, explore professional issues, learn new skills and most importantly support each other in developing clinically.
Lisa has an eclectic and flexible style which is rooted in Feminist theory and humanism, but also pulls from Family Systems, mindfulness, holistic healing, social justice, and a variety of trauma targeted therapies
Laura Carothers has over a decade of clinical experience from a variety of workplace settings and offers clinical supervision for candidates pursuing Licensed professional counselor or ATCB’s Registered Art Therapist (ATR)
As a supervisor, Laura provides guidance with developing therapeutic tools for individual and /or group therapy, cultivating a professional identity and establishing essential self-care practices. Laura may reference the DSM 5 and ADDRESSING model (Hays, 1996) during case consultation, as she feels it is important to consider the whole person in treatment. Laura is excited to work with new professionals and help them navigate their way.