Congratulations - you passed the MFT exam. You’re in the final stretch towards full licensure and we are here to help you get there!
If you’re a recent Marriage and Family Therapy graduate, you are surely considering who to choose as a clinical supervisor. This is one of the most important decisions you will make at this stage of your career because it will influence your ability to get licensed, determine what you learn while accumulating clinical hours, and lead you towards your future professional plans.
With Clinical Supervision you will find a practice specialty as well as learn professional focus, self-of-the-therapist training, and business development for private practice.
Your supervisor’s main task is to help you become an ethical and competent therapist, while also being guided in a safe and positive environment. We at New Beginnings would help you feel encouraged and ready to take on your future career.
If you aspire to be in private practice, please consider doing your Clinical Supervision at New Beginnings!
My Supervision Story by Rosa Snaric
As a new MMFT graduate, I took my time choosing a supervisor I felt comfortable with that would help me perfect technique and the art of therapy. I considered all the things that were most important to me in a practice, and looked for a supervisor who practiced daily and had been practicing for a good number of years.
During graduate work, one of my group supervisors stood out to me. She had a way of being encouraging and gave me tools to use in the therapy room. I wanted to learn her way of noticing the small things, but also being calm and compassionate for others.
For my individual clinical supervisor, I chose based on learning and care. This is no surprise, given my love of learning and concrete thinking. These interests, as well as my vision for my future work, directed this decision more than cost.
Never once have I regretted investing in supervision based on my chosen priorities. I gained much more than I’d hoped to gain from clinical supervision in both of my life both personally and professionally.
I hope to one day do the same for other graduates as my clinical supervisor did for me.
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Rosa Snaric LMFT-I, SIT, C.C. specializes in counseling and therapy services for Marriage Counseling, Couples Therapy, Infidelity, Anxiety, Depression, Children, ADHD, and School Problems in and around Greenville, SC and its surrounding communities.
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