Supervisor Advertising Listing

The Washington State Chapter has provided a roster of supervisors on its website for many years. The Chapter has provided this roster solely as a service to members, be they supervisors or supervisees. No endorsement of any kind is implied and it is up to the supervisors listed and prospective supervisees to assure that the supervisor’s practice conforms to legal and ethical guidelines governing supervisory practice.

The roster of supervisors is advertising based listing. The annual charge is $50.00 to be listed and is available only to NASW members. If interested, please contact the Chapter office to add or renew your listing and to make payment of the $50.00 annual fee.

The Chapter specifically invites qualified supervisors in Central and Eastern Washington to respond to the demand for approved supervision as defined in WAC 246-809-334 from members in these parts of the state. If you meet the standards of an approved supervisor under WAC 246-809-334, are based in Central or Eastern Washington and would like to help respond to the need for supervision towards licensure in your area, the Chapter is offering a 20% discount on the annual fee of $50.00.

While the Chapter cannot and will not get into the fees that are charged as this is a negotiated consideration between supervisor and supervisee, the Chapter reminds prospective and current supervisors of our ethical standard of giving consideration to a client’s income in the setting of fees. Supervision towards licensure is rewarding and a great way to give back to the profession and honor the supervisors and mentors that informed and guided our own careers. Supervision towards licensure can also add income to one’s private practice and drive future referrals to the supervisor.

The Chapter is pleased to offer some ideas and suggestions for any/all of us engaged in private practice based supervision. Both the supervisor and supervisee should carry liability insurance as a fundamental risk management practice. Beware of vicarious liability. Both parties should inquire of DOH of any known licensing or disciplinary complaints. Supervisors should have training in clinical supervision that minimally meets the standards of WAC 246-809-334. Continuing education in supervision is also a good idea. Best practice suggests that the supervisor and supervisee each maintain documentation of each supervision session to better track the dates and hours of supervision provided.

NASW Members wishing to be added to the list of Supervisors please start by filling out and returning the form by clicking here:  Supervisor Application.

The list of Supervisors is available to NASW Members.  Please click below to view the list.

Download Supervisor Advertising Listing (updated 6.27.17)