LCSWA Clinical Supervision
Lauren Moser Vilar is available for LCSWA clinical supervision. LCSWA clinical supervision is a chance to expand your knowledge base and learn to implement evidence based interventions. Lauren meets the requirements to supervise LCSWA licensees in the state of North Carolina.
What to Expect
Lauren’s practice of clinical social work was guided by supervisors who were intelligent, kind, and challenging. She provides the same experience to more social workers. As well as learning how to be a better clinician, Lauren will help you explore your passions in the field and prevent burnout. Lauren is a fellow Seahawk alumna from UNCW and loves to connect with other Seahawks!
The North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board states the following requirements in regards to clinical supervision:
- Clinical supervision is required until LCSW licensure is obtained.
- A minimum of 3000 hours of appropriately supervised clinical practice over a period of time no less than two years, or more than six years are required for LCSW eligibility.
- Appropriate supervision means that provided by a supervisor who is an LCSW with a MSW degree from a CSWE accredited program and two years of post LCSW clinical practice experience, and who is in good standing with this Board (not under discipline). Prospective supervisors with prior disciplinary history must obtain written permission from the Board to supervise LCSWA licensees.
- A minimum of 100 hours of supervision is required and shall be maintained at a ratio of 1 hour of supervision for every 30 hours of practice. A maximum of twenty-five (25) hours of group supervision is allowed but all remaining applicable supervision must be individual (one-on-one, face-to-face).