Greetings! My name is Catrina Drinning-Davis and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and approved Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas under BHEC. I have been a supervisor for over 5 years. I have worked with many LPC-Associates(LPC-A), previously LPC-Interns. I have worked with a variety of supervisees in a variety of treatment settings: domestic violence agencies, mental health agencies, inpatient psychiatric/behavioral health hospitals both in intake/admissions and in a therapy role, partial hospitalization/day treatment, treatment in corrections settings, and private practice. As a supervisor, my role is to support you in your career goals and your clinical development. You have worked hard to this point to achieve a Master's degree, practicum hours and all the paperwork in between. You have great skills! I am here to guide you, encourage you, provide you with resources, and challenge you to become a stronger clinician. The work you do is important and needed. As a Behavioral health clinician, I have worked in many roles and in many settings, including: substance abuse day treatment (PHP), substance abuse treatment in a corrections setting, private practice, psychiatric/behavioral health hospital in admissions/intake, as a mobile assessor (going to ERs) and as a therapist, domestic violence agency, as well as, utilization management/review. I see supervisees 100% online through a HIPAA compliant application. The cost is $65 per session. The board requires that we meet a minimum of 4 times per month. We can meet for a 20 minute consultation to determine if it's a good fit. To schedule a consultation or if you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do you charge for supervision?
Individual supervision is $75 per hour. Dyads (2 supervisees) are $65 per hour. And Group supervision (when available) is $55 per hour.
Where/When do you offer supervision?
All supervision is 100% online. We meet through a HIPAA compliant system. Early morning (7am), weekday evenings and some Saturday mornings.
How often are we required to meet for supervision?
The board requires us to meet at least 4 hours per month. Usually, we meet on a weekly schedule and skip the 5th week. (https://www.bhec.texas.gov/statues-and-rules/index.html)
Do you offer a consultation prior to deciding?
Yes, we can meet via video or phone for 20 minutes to decide if it is a good fit.
Do you require malpractice insurance?
Yes, all associates supervised by this practice are required to have malpractice insurance before seeing clients.
Who approves associate’s sites where hours are earned?
The approved supervisor maintains a list of approved sites for each supervisee. Hours may only be obtained at approved sites.
Do you supervise associates who own their own private practices?
No, unfortunately at this time, I will not accept supervisees who are in their own private practice. There is additional liability in having my name on all documentation including billing, advertisements, etc.