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Collier Counseling, LLC has licensed clinicians that are skilled and duly qualified to provide clinical supervision for individuals seeking clinical licensure in the state of Georgia. Supervision may occur in an individual, paired, or group setting per the supervisees’ preference and supervisor’s availability. The supervisee must work in a clinical setting as a requirement to obtain supervision at Collier Counseling, LLC. The supervisee must also receive consistent supervision, no less than one time per month, so that the supervisor can accurately assess the clinical skills of the supervisee.


The goals of supervision are to provide on-going assessment of strengths and limitations and assure practice according to sound theory, ethical, legal, and administrative regulations. The supervisor will help the supervise develop clinical assessment and treatment skills, review therapeutic techniques, explore treatment options, and address dilemmas created by conflicting demands. The supervisor will help the supervise develop skills to practice self-preservation.


Individual and/or paired supervision are scheduled by appointment based on the supervisor and supervisees’ availability. Group supervision is ongoing and occurs monthly. Six is the maximum number of supervisees in a group.


Collier Counseling, LLC has the following supervision groups available:


• The 3rd Tuesday of each month 5:30pm-7pm (Supervisor- Autumn Collier, LCSW)
• The 3rd Friday of each month 9am-10:30am (Supervisor- Autumn Collier, LCSW)



If you are interested in receiving supervision and/or have additional questions, please give us a call at 404-618-1040. A phone consultation is recommended for all prospective supervisees so we can get an understanding of the supervisees’ needs and ensure Collier Counseling, LLC is the best fit to meet your learning and supervision needs.