Clinical Supervision in Colorado

Small Group LPC SUPERVISION in Boulder, CO and Individual both online and in person

Clinical Supervision in Boulder, CO

You’re a therapist looking for quality clinical supervision in Colorado. You’re interested in a balanced approach to psychotherapy. This includes mindfulness, CBT, Trauma, Gestalt, Sand, Art, working with Veterans, and Somatic therapy influences and for all ages. In addition, you need a clinical supervisor in Colorado who is the whole package. A clinical supervisor to not only sign off on your clinical hours, but someone who can also give you sound feedback on your client cases.


Meet our clinical supervisors

Gennifer Morley MA LPC

Jeremy Lesser MA LPC


About Group Supervision for LPCC and LPC with Jeremy Lesser in Boulder, CO

Each supervision or consultation group contains up to 5 members so that everyone gets a chance to present cases, receive feedback, and discuss common clinical themes. Supervision groups are created based on your specializations/clinical areas of practice and your experience as a therapist. Our supervision groups focus on client and clinician relationships rather than a consultation style group that focuses more on the clinicians personal process in therapy.

All of our Group Supervision time counts towards your allotted group supervision hours for licensure and Jeremy will sign off on those hours for you if you are looking to use these hours toward licensure requirements.

Contact US for a free phone consultation to see which group would be a good fit for you!

Theoretical Orientations of our groups:

Current LPC Group Supervision Groups

Jeremy Lesser MA LPC offers collaborative and supportive Supervision groups

Clinical Supervision Groups (for LPCCs):

We have legal, ethical, and professional knowledge to support your development as a psychotherapist. In addition, we have worked with therapy clients of all ages, couples and families. We believe that humans are profoundly resilient and capable. And, when we as therapists invite them to that vision of themselves, they show up for themselves in new ways.

How We See The Role of Clinical Supervision

You are the primary tool in therapy, so building knowledge of the field as well as trust in yourself is the primary function of a developing therapist. As a clinical supervisor, we strive to help you know when to trust your process as a therapist, when to self reflect and maybe course correct. There are so many amazing people building their skills as therapists to become better and better at truly empowering and effectively supporting people in building their tolerance for distress. We want to help you learn to maximize your own ability to support people in resting in peace in their lives and fulfilling their highest potential.

Whether we’re sitting together in Boulder, CO or meeting through video chat from anywhere in the state of Colorado, we are honored want to be part of that journey of growth for you.

Important Considerations of Clinical Supervision in Colorado

That being said, there are a few important pieces of clinical supervision that should be kept in mind. There are ethical and legal issues that may not cross the mind of the evolving therapist. As a clinical supervisor, we are well versed in these areas and can offer peace of mind in these matters. We can guide you to the places where you might find the best answers throughout your career. And, giving you the right answers today.

Learning How You Know What You Know Through Clinical Supervision

When you walk away from a quality clinical supervisor relationship, there are some things you can expect. First, you should expect to understand why your clinical style is effective. Second, you should be able to understand and put to words how ‘you know what you know’ in session. What did you pick up on in the session that helped you understand the client and the situation so well? Often, as therapists, we get the sense of a client and it’s difficult to explain. Sometimes, we might call it a gut feeling or intuition. Ultimately, even the truest gut feeling can be traced to more subtle client expressions. This includes aspects like tone, speech cadence, or their appearance on a given day. If you can trace your own intuition in the early stages of your career, you will do far better at weeding out the times that you are projecting versus cleaning tracking your client. As therapists that have been providing clinical supervision in Colorado and throughout the U.S. for years, this is a vital piece to the clinical supervision puzzle.

Learning How to Not Know What to Do In a Session

As a clinical supervisor in Boulder, CO, we have seen a common among the therapists that we provide clinical supervision for. Many therapists struggle with not knowing what to do in the session. You sit there and a client is slowly unpacking what sounds insurmountable to you. As they talk, you find yourself more planning what the heck you are going to say to them than listening deeply. If we are honest, all therapists have been there at some point. This is a rich place to be as a therapist, if not terrifying. This is the place that you learn the most about what your job really is and who you are as a therapist. We were all told at one time or another that our job is not to fix. That is pretty hard to feel when someone is sitting with you in immense pain and asking you pointedly how to fix it.

How Clinical Supervision in Will Prepare You For This

While clinical supervision won’t give you the “answer” for this, it can help you navigate your career as a mental health professional. It can help set you up for professional success and satisfaction. One of the best things we will do together in clinical supervision is to work on your process for not knowing with a therapy client. First, we’ll look at how you do that with yourself. Second, how you will do that with them so that you retain the relationship. And, do well by them as a therapist and make a lot of room for something new to happen together. Not knowing might just be your superpower if you stay with it.

In Clinical Supervision, Our Time together Will Be Real.
And, Really Helpful.

Let’s get started so you can take the next steps in your career

Beginning Clinical Supervision in Colorado

As an experienced clinical supervisor, we have helped many budding therapists develop their craft. We’re located in Boulder, Colorado and love to help professionals start their career on the right foot. We can provide you the tools you need in either clinical supervision to help you reach your career goals. When you’re ready to begin clinical supervision, follow these steps:

Contact our Boulder based group practice to request an appointment for clinical supervision.

Other Services offered at North Boulder Counseling:

At North Boulder Counseling, we want to support better mental health all the way around. In addition to clinical consultation, we offer private practice business coaching for therapists looking to start their own business. Then, we of course offer clinical services as well at our therapy office in Boulder, CO. We specialize in giving people the tools they need to create the practice they’ve always dreamed of through business coaching for therapists. Our therapists can offer an anxiety treatment intensive programpostpartum anxiety treatment, postpartum depression counseling, perinatal support, parenting coachinggrief counselingtrauma treatment and EMDRdepression treatmentteen therapyLGTBQ counseling, and play therapy. Also, we offer services geared towards men, complementing the services we offer for women. In response to the stress of parenting during this time, we have upgraded our approach to parenting support and parenting coaching. In addition, we’re particularly mindful when working with individuals navigating eating disorders and disordered eating. To accommodate safety for our clients, we provide online therapy in Colorado so that we can work with you anywhere in the state! Reach out to our counseling clinic today and invest in your future!