Christopher Checke, MS, MBA, LMHC, CAP

Psychotherapy -
Coaching - Training - Consulting - Clinical Supervision

(954) 240-6323
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Clinical Supervision
Who do I supervise?
  • Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns
  • CAS, CAC, and CAP Candidates
How does supervision work?

LMHC Interns and Addiction Professionals usually receive 1 hour of clinical supervision weekly while providing direct clinical services to clients. Supervision is non-directive at time, but also geared toward various development areas.

Why me?

I have experience in direct service with clients and in program leadership. I have broad knowledge of counseling techniques, program leadership, community resources, outreach, and client advocacy. On a personal note, I know what's it like to have a wonderful supervision experience, what it was like for me as a supervisee, and how much I want to give that back to clinicians-in-training.

For LMHC Interns, supervision areas may include:

  • Screening and clinical evaluation
  • Treatment planning
  • Diagnosis & psychopathology
  • Counseling techniques and interventions
  • Clinical documentation and charting
  • Client psychoeducation
  • Family systems
  • Ethics and professional responsibilities
  • Coordination of care
  • Professional values
  • Clinician safety & self-care
  • Crisis counseling
  • Cultural competency

For Addiction Professionals, the Florida Certification Board has specific supervision requirements in the following professional practice dimensions: 

  • Clinical evaluation
  • Treatment planning
  • Referral
  • Service Coordination
  • Counseling
  • Client, family, and community education
  • Documentation
  • Ethical and professional responsibilities
  • Supervision