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"Clinical supervision" means supervision provided by a licensed professional counselor supervisor, licensed psychologist, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed clinical social worker, or licensed addiction counselor; that is not administrative in nature; and that may include a collaborative relationship that promotes the education, growth, and development of a licensed professional counselor applicant and provides for the evaluation of the applicant's clinical performance and competency. 


Micaela Aviles MA. LPC. NCC 

Supervision with me is highly relational. I focus on building rapport and trust within the supervisory relationship. I understand how rewarding and intimidating this work can be and I will always approach you on this journey with non-judgement, curiosity, and compassion. 

As a supervisor, I have completed over 3,500 hours of client hours, along with the training requirements and continuing education requirements set by the state of Colorado. I use an integrated approach in supervision. This means I integrate several theories into a consistent practice. Along with an integrated approach, I utilize a developmental model of supervision which means I believe we, myself included, are continuously growing. I will come alongside you on this journey to assist you in maximizing and identifying the growth needed for your present and future growth as a professional counselor. 

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