Counselor Supervision

Supervision of Clinical Mental Health Counselors

The purpose of supervised clinical experiences is to provide students with clinical mental health counseling practice while they are learning how to become effective mental health counselors.  The intent is to help our students gain experience in areas of clinical mental health counselor preparation as defined in the 2016 Standards of the American Mental Health Counselor Association: clinical assessment; diagnostic impression and treatment of mental disorders; prevention and clinical intervention; ethical, legal and practice foundations; diversity and advocacy; research and outcome evaluation. Field experiences in off-site internships provide clinical mental health counseling students with opportunities to practice individual, family, and small group counseling skills, consultation, collaboration, advocacy and leadership skills taught in graduate programs.

Contact:
Christian Theological Seminary Clinical Mental Health Counseling Core Faculty
 

Dr. Matthias Beier
Program Director
mbeier@cts.edu
Office: 317-931-2346

Dr. Felicity Kelcourse
fkelcourse@cts.edu
Office: 317-931-2354

 

Dr. Suzanne Coyle
scoyle@cts.edu
Office: 317-931-2349