The supervisory relationship is a key factor for post-licensure professional development and creates an opportunity for rich learning experiences for both supervisors and counselors (therapists, etc).

Continued supervision after licensure protects practitioners from burnout, vicarious anxiety, trauma, and parallel processes. Supervision is an ongoing practice for counselors and therapists that is ethical and necessary for continued development.

“A counselor without supervision is like betting on a sports team that does not have a coach”

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