Post Graduate Supervision
The Adler Graduate School (AGS) is now taking applications for participation in our Post-Graduate Supervision Program, from persons seeking LMFT and/or LPC/LPCC licenses.
Every person who aspires to licensure in Minnesota as an LMFT and/or LPC/LPCC is required to undergo supervision with an approved supervisor as post-graduate hours are logged. The Adler Graduate School wishes to facilitate licensure among AGS graduates by offering post-graduate group and individual supervision.
The primary goal of AGS’s Post-Graduate Supervision Program is to provide a diverse group of primarily AGS graduates with accessibility to affordable, face-to-face, post-graduate supervision services. Graduates of other institutions may be served, but only on a space available basis.
In time, as licensing bodies allow, AGS may expand its Post-Graduate Supervision services to include more on-line supervision, for example, especially for persons outside the metropolitan area. Check with the appropriate licensing board if you have questions about these possibilities.
Persons interested in receiving Post-Graduate Supervision services at AGS must submit an application.
Participating supervisors include Dr. Marina Bluvshtein, Dr. Richard Close, Tamarah Gehlen, Dr. Herbert Laube, Craig Balfany, Tom Wright and Claire Stuckey – all members of the Adler Graduate School’s faculty and/or staff. Other supervisors will be added as time goes on and as the volume of prospective supervisees expands. Supervisory sessions may occur either at the Adler Graduate School or at a supervisor’s office.
Please contact Dan Haugen at 612-767-7048 or Haugen@alfredadler.edu) if you would like to receive and application or if you have questions.
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