Looking for an experienced, collaborative, and practical clinical supervisor?

You’ve found it at Forward + Through.


Much like the dynamic in a healthy therapeutic relationship, supervision is mean to be collaborative and committed.


Let’s organize your supervision time to maximize your time and development. Structure provides that required and relevant topics are addressed each supervision. Flexibility keeps you and your interests at the helm of YOUR supervision experience.

Growth in Mind

Clinical skills and learning practical counseling is key in supervision. Let’s focus on applicable skills and concepts that will drive forward your clinical development.

I’ve been in the field for a long time. I don’t really need supervision.


Supervision is rife for those looking to grow skills or seek a new perspective in your clinical work. Take a peak at the list below to see if you gravitate toward any of the benefits of supervision.

I’m curious about the benefits of clinical supervision.

According to the literature, supervision has innumerable benefits such as:

  • Helping counselors function ethically and efficiently with clients,
  • Developing greater effectiveness and accountability,
  • Enhancing skill development and competencies,
  • Increasing feelings of support, confidence, job satisfaction, professional identity development, and self-efficacy,
  • Reducing burnout,
  • Bolstering strengths and ameliorating weaknesses,
  • Creating an environment that fosters clinical skill development,
  • Maintaining clients’ welfare,
  • Assisting in transitioning from students to professionals,
  • Improved clinical outcomes for you and your clients,
  • More quality treatment provision within your niche,
  • Protecting against isolation in private practice or virtual settings, and
  • Increasing satisfaction in the counseling profession.

*List pulled from several resources including Herlihy, Gray, & McCollum, 2002; Lambie, 2007; Lambie & Sias, 2009; Herlihy, Gray, & McCollum, 2002; Falender & Shafranske, 2004 Lambie, 2007; Lambie & Sias, 2009 via Zhang and Parson’s text, Field Experience: Transitioning from Student to Professional (2016).

I already have a site supervisor. Do I need a Clinical Supervisor?

We all know that “supervision” at an agency generally centers around documentation challenges, technical questions, and scheduling issues.

In contrast, the core of supervision through F+T will be clinical development and YOUR interests.

Having an on-site supervisor in tandem with a clinical supervisor from Forward + Through assists in having a safe space to talk about agency-specific challenges, gaining exposure to novel treatment approaches, and having an additional perspective for challenging clinical issues.

Check out this article for more details about clinical supervision: Clinical Supervision Within Counseling Practice

I recently graduated and need supervision. What are Indiana requirements for supervision?

Indiana requires 100 hours of supervision during the course of your 3,000 hours of post-graduate clinical experience for pre-licensed therapists.

If you’re pre-licensed in a private practice setting, be sure to keep an on-site supervisor to meet the licensing guidelines. Join the experienced Forward + Through supervisors for additional clinical growth and development.

*Caveat Alert!* I am not a representative of the Indiana Professional Licensing Board and do not have all the answers pertaining to supervision. Be sure to check the statutes to assure you are fulfilling all of the requirements

What logistics are there surrounding clinical supervision?


There are many options for scheduling, cadence, venue, and content for those seeking full License Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) licensing requirements in Indiana and beyond.


Per the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA), up to 50% of supervision can be done virtually. Supervision is your own so if you want to do a 50/50 split OR meet in-person more often, we will make it work for you.


$130 per supervision session.

“Chloe… is knowledgeable, relatable, and passionate about her craft. Her genuineness shines through and helped me to grow so much!”

“[Chloe] was extremely engaged and provided meaningful feedback. I appreciated her input and feel privileged to have been able to learn from her.”

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