In need of supervision, residency, or an internship?


It is important to know, that the supervisory relationship is a key factor for pre and 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.


Residency is the time between successfully graduating and licensure. Residency is available for students that have graduate from a CACREP accredited masters program and are interested in working in a private practice setting. Please read more about the Cleveland Emotional Health Network and Residency for more information.


As a requirement for graduating as a mental health counselor, limited practicum and internships are available. Please email me with your inquiries.


As a part of the University of Rochester Doctoral Program in Mental Health Counseling and Counselor Education, I am trained in multiple aspects of supervision. My supervision experience extends from :

  • Masters level students in their practicum/internships (at no charge)
  • Supervising pre-lisenced MHC for NYS lisencing and setting up private practice
  • Private practice business consultation
  • Supervision in trauma informed psychodynamic and ISTDP interventions
  • Professional presentations, consultation, and training in human behavior and trauma informed care

Rates are hourly and charged accordingly. Please contact me for more information.

Please contact Catherine Cleveland for a free phone consultation to see if what I offer is appropriate for your needs (585) 432-0313 or email me at

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