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 on the basis of a sliding fee scale.
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, Dr. Herbert Laube, Dr. Ruth Buelow, Craig Balfany, Tom Wright and Claire Stuckey – all members of the Adler Graduate School’s faculty and/or staff – and Chris Garwick-Foley and Kathie Gieselman – AGS alumni. Supervisory sessions may occur either at the Adler Graduate School or at a supervisor’s office.
Please contact Dan Haugen (612-767-7048 or Haugen@alfredadler.edu) if you would like to receive and application or if you have questions.
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