Michon McCorkle is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and offers supervision to LMFTA’s on their journey to become self-aware clinicians in systemic family therapy. She is passionate about systemic models, diversity and cultural issues, self-care, and self-of-the-therapist work.
It is her goal to provide a supportive, encouraging, and collaborative environment for counselors to grow personally and professionally. It is her desire to help counselors develop and fine-tune their counseling skills, but also to discover their own unique identities as counselors.
Individual supervisory sessions will be one hour in length and scheduled according to your licensure board’s requirements. Each session consists of a video- or audio-recorded case presentation and discussion of administrative or other clinical and/or ethical concerns. Case presentations will examine counseling technique, implementation of theory, and counselor formation.
Triadic supervision consists of two supervisees and one supervisor. These sessions are two hours in length. Each supervisee has 1 hour to present a video- or audio-recorded case, focus on learning questions, and discussion of administrative, ethical, or other clinical questions. Case presentations will examine counseling technique, implementation of theory, and counselor formation. The triadic format also helps to reduce the cost of supervision since you will earn 2 hours of clinical supervision for the price of 1 hour.
The same dynamics occur in this context as in individual and triadic supervision. However, depending on the size of the group, case presentations will operate under a rotation schedule.
LONG DISTANCE OR REMOTE SUPERVISION
Individual, group or triadic supervision may be conducted online using Motivo or Zoom