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SCCA Presents: Supervisor Round Table

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This webinar is designed for graduate students to engage, network, and understand supervision in a different way. The SCCA is hoping to fill the gap between graduate school and licensure. The students will prepare questions to ask the Supervisors before the Webinar, and the Supervisors on the panel will answer the questions in a roundtable style. This is an opportunity for students to connect and network with other professionals in the field.

Educational Goal

The educational goal of this workshop is for graduate students and others wanting to become Licensed Professional Counselors to better understand Supervision, what theories Supervisors use that may be best for them, and what to look for when selecting a supervisor in the future.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe 2 key aspects of a single supervision theory.

  • Identify and explain 3 supervision theories utilized in their graduate program.

  • Identify 3 questions that are beneficial to ask about supervision.

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Note: Time designated for waiting room cannot be counted toward CE credit.
Megan Munson, LPC-S

Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Francis Marion University. Megan has been providing counseling services for approximately 13 years. Megan’s background includes extensive work in child-directed services. She was formerly a forensic interviewer and counselor at a child advocacy agency.

Megan is a nationally certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT), internationally certified Parent Child Interaction Therapist (PCIT), Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and parenting coordinator. She has training in multiple other evidence-based therapies, including Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Toddlers (PCIT-T), Alternatives for Families, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AFCBT), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). She participates in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Level 1 Training and Parent-Child Care (PC-CARE). She served as an Adjunct Instructor of Psychology at Francis Marion University. Currently, Megan is working in private practice but continues to specialize in services directed toward trauma victims and children with disruptive behavior issues.

Vanessa Lobo, LCP-S

Vanessa Lobo, M.A. LPC, LPC-S primarily focuses on offering therapy for adults and families and supervision for LPC-A clinicians in South Carolina, seeking to add clinical hours while expanding training and professional development. However, you can also seek my services as a therapist at Wellspring Psychology Group, where she offers counseling in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. She hopes she can become an agent of change who will facilitate and guide clients seeking deeper understanding, self-awareness, and healing to ultimately uncover a healthier, more authentic version of themselves, as an individual or as a helping professional in the field of Mental Health. Vanessa has extensive experience that supports her ability to provide effective intervention when working with family dynamics, relationship issues, complex trauma history, personality functioning-related problems, and other problems in living. I have training in mindfulness, DBT, ACT, TF-CBT, solution-focused therapy, psychodynamic, and other different modalities. Vanessa considers herself a holistic, eclectic, multicultural therapist who can provide a safe environment to address life concerns such as grief, obsessive thoughts/behaviors, relationship distress, anxiety, depression, anger-related challenges, sexual problems and/or confusion, phase of life transitions, and identity concerns.

Seth Scott, LPC-S

Dr. Scott joined the Graduate Counseling Programs faculty of Columbia International University in 2019, serving as an Associate Professor of Counseling, Director of the PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, and Associate Director of Chinese Clinical Counseling. Seth teaches in the areas of research, faith integration, trauma, and clinical practice for the MA program and research, counselor identity, faith integration, and counselor education in the PhD. He is an active member and participant of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS), American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), and the American Counseling Association (ACA). He also maintains a private practice, Sunrise Counseling, for both clinical work and supervision in the community.

LaNita Jefferson, LPC, LPCS

Dr. LaNita Jefferson, Ph.D, LPC, LPCS is an assistant professor for South University Columbia, South Carolina campus. Dr. Jefferson also co-owns a mental health private practice in downtown Columbia. Dr Jefferson holds a Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of South Carolina and a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from USC School of Medicine. Dr. Jefferson specializes in working with persons that have trauma, depression, and anxiety. Dr. Jefferson also specializes in clinical supervision to enhance the professional development of counselors in training. Her research interest includes implementing the use of hip hop in clinical counseling and single case research in counseling.

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