Consultation is required to begin clinical supervision with  Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) whether receiving supervision online or onsite in Smyrna, Georgia.


At this time we will discuss your goals and expectations as well as what I offer as a supervisor. This is your opportunity to ask questions, discuss concerns, and evaluate your ability to participate prior to committing. We will also discuss individual and group expectations. 




Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) located in Smyrna Georgia just outside of Atlanta.

Convenient to Cobb, Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Douglas Counties. 

Utilize supervision to become the Professional Counselor you always desired to be.

Georgia will appreciate it.


After September 30, 2018 the degree program must be accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) or a regionally accredited program recognized by the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). The approved program must be substantially similar in coursework and content to a CACREP or CORE accredited program. An individual course may not be used to fulfill the requirement in more than one content area.​​


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Areas of Compentency 

Topics of interest are centered on the nine areas of competency required by the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists. 


(I)  Human Growth and Development

(II)  Multicultural Counseling or Diversity Training

(III)  Counseling Techniques or Skills

(IV)  Group Dynamics and Group Counseling/Psychotherapy
(V)  Lifestyle and Career Development
(VI)  Appraisal/Assessment of Individuals
(VII)  Research Methods and Evaluation
(VIII)  Professional Orientation and Ethics
 (IX)  Psychopathology



Discussion Topics

Balance between personal and professional life
Building a private practice
Case Conceptualization 
Ethics/Integrity
Evaluation and Diagnosis 
Leadership
Journey toward licensure 
Professional Development
Secondary Traumatization
Self-care 
Treatment Planning and Intervention 
Working in Residential Treatment



Areas of Discussion

Mood disorders
Anxiety
Stress Management
Multicultural Concerns
Psychotic Disorders
Substance Abuse


Case conceptualization may include review of cases and viewing video sessions.              




Rayvene Whatley LPC, MAC, CPCS, NCC | 4015 S. Cobb Dr. Suite 100, Smyrna, GA 30080  | 404.940.1582 | rwhatley@simplicitypsychotherapy.com | Licensed Therapist Atlanta Georgia

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Contact Rayvene  at 404-940-1582 for additional details and availability.

Initial consults may also be scheduled online using the request appointment link. 


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Of course clinical supervision is a requirement to obtain your professional license. However it is so much more. Supervision is your space to hone your skills, to feel free to experiment with and develop your clinical style.  It is a safe space to navigate the "how tos" off professional counseling or social work. Supervision is also your introduction to clinical consultation, an experience that  will continue throughout your professional career. 


Through clinical supervision you learn to:

  • Foster different perspectives
  • Share and receive support outside of your work environment
  • Ask those questions lingering questions
  • How to respond when "your stuff" comes up with a client


Schedule a Clinical Supervision Consult today

Clinical supervision is about growth.  Personal and Professional Growth. Clinical supervision involves the evaluation of clinical skills and professional development growth through discussion of the ethical, cultural, and emotional implications of current and hypothetical clients. Emphasis is placed on evaluation of workplace stressors, individual differences and theoretical orientations while exploring how each of these characteristics show up in therapy sessions. Aside from mental health concerns many clients present for therapy services to address family of origin issues, unrealized personal deficits, and due to dealing with life transitions and associated challenges. Ongoing feedback will be provided to the supervisee with a one to one annual review of goals and progress occurring each September. LPC candidates who are within 6 months of licensure may also explore the characteristics of building a solo private practice.



Professional Identity is an  extremely important component of clinical supervision. Your  experiences as a supervised clinician will  largely influence your perspectives for clinical practice. The early stages of your career are your opportunity to  get the "on the job training" and  recognize your strengths and areas of interest in a safe and supportive environment. 




Clinical Supervision is provided to professionals who are working towards professional licensure. Supervisees are license eligible or currently hold an APC license in the state of Georgia. All supervision provided by  ​Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) 


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Note: Supervisees must obtain at least half of their supervision requirement from a supervisor of the same license. The other half of the supervisee's hours may be secured from a fully licensed profession of any state board approved licensure.




​​Group Supervision

2-hour supervision group available on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Each group holds a maximum of 6 members.. Consistent attendance is required.


​​​​​​​​​​​Individual Supervision 
50- minute sessions available to 1 or 2 persons by appointment.  Biweekly attendance required for supervisees not enrolled in group supervision. Services are available in office or online.