MFT Clinical Supervision
Need a Clinical Supervisor?
If you've finished graduate school in marriage and family therapy, 'Congratulations!' You're now likely be in search of a job - whether it's with an agency, in a group practice, or in solo private practice. After getting a job, finding a clinical supervisor is likely the first step in pursuing independent licensure.
Not everyone can be a clinical supervisor for MFTs in the State of Kansas. As of July 1, 2017, certain educational requirements are needed to be "board-approved". I have been approved by the Kansas BSRB (Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board) as an approved supervisor.
I have experience in working with children and families in the Kansas foster care system in both an inpatient hospital and inpatient residential settings, working with the chronically mentally ill referred for court-ordered hospitalization. I also operate a small outpatient private practice.
If you need a clinical supervisor, are looking to grow in your professional identity, and want to continue your systemic MFT training, please email or call me.
Chris Brotherton, MS, LCMFT, LCAC
KS BSRB Approved Supervisor