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DAVID BUENO MARTIN, MA, LPC-S
Are you in the process of becoming Licensed Professional Counselor?
David offers LPC Supervision for a select number of LPC Interns that demonstrate the potential for success and have high ethical standards in counseling. Call today for a free phone consultation with David!
Jill LeNeigh Wheeler MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S
Hello! Congratulations on passing your exam! You are now ready to start your journey as an LPC Intern or LMFT Associate. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor, I provide compassionate, playful, creative and nurturing supervision. I empower supervisees to develop their unique therapist voice and style so that they can create a fulfilling and wholehearted clinical practice that embodies their heart, mind, and, spirit. The work I do with interns is a priority and I always approach it with respect, as well as gentle, playful humor. I look for interns who are motivated, excited to learn, ethical, organized, have a developed sense of self, and are open to collaboration and feedback.
Supervision with me is informed by education and training in Interpersonal Neurobiology, EMDR, CBT, TF-CBT, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), Theraplay, Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI), Attachment Focused Family Therapy, Filial Therapy, Child Centered Non-Directive Play Therapy, and several other play therapies.
If you are seeking LPC and/or LMFT supervision in the areas of attachment, trauma, child development, play therapy, adolescent therapy, adult therapy, parent coaching, or marriage and family therapy, please contact me at 832-480-1871 or email me at email@example.com to set up an informal time to talk about your professional goals and to see if we are a good fit.
Shannon Deitch, M.S., LPC-S, RPT
Congratulations on becoming an LPC-Intern. My name is Shannon L. Deitch. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, who enjoys working with children and adolescents. In 2008, I began my counseling career as a Jr. High school counselor. I have also provided group therapy for a community health facility and have experience working in the Houston Area Women’s Shelter with extensive training in trauma. Recently, I completed the process of becoming a Registered Play Therapist. I have extensive training in Prolonged Exposure Therapy for adolescents and adults as well as Structured Sensory Interventions for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents (SITCAP) through the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children.
I am currently accepting LPC-Interns. The first vital step in the process is to meet to see if we would be a good fit for each other. Please feel free to contact me at: 281-585-0000 ext. 3
Keisha Sylve, LPC-S
Dedicating your life and career to the field of counseling speaks volumes to who you are. Having adequate supervision as you begin your counseling career is an essential component of your ultimate success and satisfaction with your chosen profession. I would like to be your partner as you touch the lives of those you serve. My name is Keisha Sylve. I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over 16 years and an approved supervisor for 13 years. My career has spanned from working with families and children involved with Child Protective Services to the Public Educational setting. Being a full time mom, wife and School Psychology Specialist, I fully understand the challenges of balancing all of what is required, hence the name Life Balance. I strive to not only be a supervisor but as mentioned, a partner with you as you grow and learn. I truly believe we can all learn from one another. My goal as a supervisor is to provide a sense of support to those who demonstrate a true passion and dedication to the profession. As I began my career years ago, I was privileged enough to have the support and collaboration of an amazing supervisor who mentored me. I wish to pass on that gift to you as it was graciously given to me. If you are in need of a supervisor, I welcome you to contact me to discuss your goals and needs. Please feel free to contact me via email at:
Deborah Lindeen, MA, LPC-S, ATR-BC
Congratulations on completing your LPC coursework and exam! In choosing a supervisor, you will want to know that you are choosing someone who is experienced and knowledgeable, and able to strike that delicate balance in which you feel secure yet challenged to grow. I have successfully supervised the work of over 20 talented interns and consider supervision to be an important aspect of my practice. My emphasis is on helping you to develop your own professional identity in a safe forum for learning. You will be encouraged to bring your counseling experiences forward to sharpen your skills in diagnosing and conceptualizing cases, building therapeutic alliances, designing interventions, treatment planning, compliance issues, and developing referral sources. Supervision is a lively and engaged process, as you discover your strengths, preferences and individual counseling style. My broad experience includes working in private practice, schools, and hospitals, art therapy, couples counseling, trauma counseling and EMDR, and faith-based counseling. Group and individual supervision are available. Please contact me for a complimentary initial meeting to explore your supervision goals.
MARY MCCULLOUGH PH.D., LPC-S, NCC
Dr. Mary McCullough provides supervision to a select number of LPC-interns who demonstrate high ethical standards for the profession. Supervisees can expect that Dr. McCullough will provide a framework that encourages developing personal knowledge and skills of the profession through watching, listening, and discussion. She encourages LPC interns who are considering supervision with her to interview her just as LPC interns would be interviewed by her. Supervision is a relationship that one should enter into fully knowing what they will get from a potential supervisor. In order for the supervisory relationship to be successful, trust and respect are vital. Clients thrive, and interns experience success when supervision is a collaborative relationship, focused on common goals. If you are interested in supervision, please contact Dr. McCullough today.
Catalina Prebisch, M.Ed., LPC-S, CART, CCTP
My name is Catalina Prebisch and I am a LPC Supervisor looking for LPC Interns. I counsel and supervise from an educational perspective while using a variety of theories including, but not limited to, cognitive-behavioral therapy. I see supervision as a collaborative effort and that interns are treated as equals. I work with children and adults providing counseling in individual sessions, group therapy, and couples work. To find more about me please visit my website at: www.bloomingmindsjoyfulhearts.com. I have two private practice offices, one in The Woodlands and one in the Montrose Area.
If you are or will soon become an LPC-Intern needing supervision for your hours, please contact me at 832-613-8199 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCEL GAMBOA, MA, LPC-S
Congratulations on your decision to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am excited to potentially be a part of your journey. My name is Marcel Gamboa, and I have a private practice in the West Houston area. My background is in cognitive-behavioral therapy, but I incorporate other theoretical approaches, both in my counseling practice and supervision.
I have been a fully licensed counselor since 2004, and a LPC supervisor since 2009. Supervising interns is one of the most rewarding parts of my job, and my previous students include successful counselors in both the public and private sector.
The relationship between a supervisor and supervisee is an important one. If you decide to set up an initial meeting with me, it’s important that you interview me just as I interview you during our initial exploratory conversation. I look forward to sharing my approach with you in more detail, and learning about your goals, aspirations and philosophy.
For a highly motivation candidate, I may offer an opportunity to see clients at my private practice. Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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Courtney Gabriel, MA, LPC-S, RPT
Congratulations on becoming a LPC-Intern. I’m here to help you develop your counseling skills so that you will have the confidence and assurance you need to help your clients. As your supervisor, I will provide you with the best practices and guidance that will allow you to become a responsible and ethical counselor. I currently work with the Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD as a child therapist. I work with children between the ages of 3 and 17 who have a variety of diagnoses. I have experience working with children who are diagnosed with Major Depression Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Social Phobia, Gender Identity Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, and Bipolar. I am trained in Parent- Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) which enables me to help parents understand how to relate and communicate with their child who may be experiencing defiant and inappropriate behaviors. Additionally, I am Registered Play Therapist which allows me to work with young school aged children who would normally not have a way of expressing themselves verbally, communicate their thoughts and feelings through play. I received my certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) which allows me to work with children that have been through trauma and are having a hard time adjusting. Lastly, I have received certified training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when working with children and adolescents which focuses on identifying how a child’s thoughts, mood, and behavior affect their day to day living.