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  • Clinical Supervision

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    Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners Approved Clinical Supervision

    We utilize an integrative model of clinical supervision that combines strength-based, person-centered, developmental, culturally sensitive and competency-driven models of supervision. We strive to help each supervisee grow to become exceedingly competent, ethical, genuine, authentic, and successful behavioral and mental health counselors. Our clinical supervision services are conveniently provided online via HIPAA compliant live video conferencing or at the supervisee’s office to meet Arizona Clinical Supervision Requirements. 

    The Arizona Board of Behavioral Health requires 100 hours of clinical supervision over at least a two-year time span. Triumph and Transcend can provide the following amount of clinical supervision hours: 

    • LPC: 100 Hours
    • LCSW: 50 Hours
    • LMFT: 50 Hours

    Hours may include the necessary 10 direct-observation hours on-site.


    • Group Supervision (2-6 supervisees): $40 per session, per person
    • Individual Supervision (in office or video): $150 per hour

    Agencies and their counselors who work with our supervision program will receive: 

    • An individualized, collaborative clinical supervision plan for each counselor, including specific goal areas to work toward for professional development
    • Collaboration on necessary forms and paperwork, including the notice of supervision forms for each client
    • Clinical supervision documentation is written each week
    • Once hours are completed or contracted services end, counselors receive the required notarized signature and clinical review on the pertinent board application pages, including the required signed, sealed envelope

    Please Note: group supervision includes associate counselors from various agencies. There will not be inter-agency ROIs; thus, specific case consultations and reviews will only take place in individual supervisions. Group supervision topics may include: modalities of psychotherapy, self-care for professionals, general agency needs, resources, diagnostic criteria, cultural considerations and awareness, therapeutic rapport, and more. 

    How to get started: Talk with your clinical director of your agency and then contact us.