Community Solutions offers Administrative and Clinical Supervision for Addiction Counselors in training.
Supervision is available through Mary Ann Ursich LAC, NCAC II, LMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervisor.
Counselors-in-training who are accumulating supervised work experience hours towards a CAC I and II, shall be observed while providing addiction counseling a minimum of one time per month by their clinical supervisor of record and shall be documented by the supervisor.
Clinical supervision of work experience hours must be provided by a CAC III or LAC in accordance with the OBH Rules and Regulations, 2 CCR 502-1Section 21.330.7.
Clinically supervised work experience hours may only be accumulated when an individual is working in the addiction treatment field and is at least eighteen (18) years of age. Supervision for a CAC II or CAC III may also be provided by a qualified individual with education, training, and work experience in addiction counseling as determined by the OBH and licensure and certification boards.