Eclectic Cognitive Behavioral Center
COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
Renewing Minds & Transforming Lives
1733 Wooddale Blvd. ~ Baton Rouge, LA 70806 ~ Phone / Fax: 225-924-2800
APPOINTMENT / SERVICE DEPOSIT:
Appointment and Service Fees must be secured with a Credit Card Authorization for charges not covered by EAP/Insurance (co-pays, missed/canceled appointments, outstanding balances); or claims denied/rejected by Insurance/third Party Payer. The Credit Card Authorization will only be proceeded if the client fails to appear for a scheduled appointment (No Show), cancels or reschedules an appointment without a 24-hour cancellation notice, or when a claim is denied, rejected, or not covered. EFFECTIVE January 2023
Continuing Education Courses
Clinical Supervision (30 CEH / 45 CEH) ~ March 10- 11, 2023
Clinical Supervision Renewal: Models of Supervision (3 CEH) ~ March 11, 2023
Ethic Code / Decision / Dilemma (3 CEH) ~ March 11, 2023
NCE Prep (30CEH) ~ March 7 - 30, 2023 Tuesday & Thursday
Supervision is a process in which a Board-Approved Supervisor engages in a collaborative relationship with an individual interested in obtaining a license/certification, or a graduate student engaged in practicum/internship.
Eclectic employs an Integrative Model of Supervision that encompasses more than one theory and technique. Given the large number of theories and methods that exist, a finite number of integrations may be offered that reflect the supervisee’s theoretical reference(s); and support the role of a supervisor as an advocate, coach, collaborator, teacher, and sounding board.
Typical sessions consist of one hour of face-to-face supervision per week, focusing primarily on:
Conceptualization and exploration of individual cases
Feedback on counseling techniques; and the application of theories, ethics and diagnosis
Review of case notes and other documentation
Consultation in emergency, and time sensitive situations
Eclectic assist supervisee(s) in developing expertise in methods essential to the professional practice of mental health counseling in order to (a) promote the growth and development of the supervisee(s); (b) protect the welfare of the clients seen by the supervisee(s); and (c) enhance the quality of mental health care.
Prospective supervisees may not begin accruing experience/supervised hours until Registration of Supervision Application has been approved by the respective Board or institution.
Louisiana Requirements for LPC Supervision
Twenty-one (21) years of age.
Good moral character.
Not in violation of any of the provisions of R.S. 37:1101-1122 and adopted rules and regulations.
Passage of examination Counselors Examination (NCE) or National Clinical Mental Health Counselors Examination(NCMHCE).
Master's degree in mental health counseling or related field.
60 graduate hours incorporating 8 areas from an accredited college or university.
Minimum 2 years not to exceed 7 years post graduate supervised experience, by a Board-Approved Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.
Need a supervisor who is personable, knowledgeable, and supportive contact our office.