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If you are an LMSW and would like to take the next step in your career to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, keeping reading!



Angie is accepting LMSWs for a virtual supervision group on Thursdays during the lunch hour.  Complete your supervision hours without interfering with your time off on evenings and weekends!

It is important for you to choose a clinical supervisor who is experienced in the areas you are interested in pursuing in your own career. You are encouraged to consider and talk with at least 2-3 board approved supervisors before making a decision on who you think will best meet your needs. This is an investment in your career.

If you are looking for a supervisor with a focus on trauma, relationships, and independent practice, Angie might be a good fit for you. She offers expertise, experience, and advanced clinical training that will prepare you for both the LCSW licensure exam and your career as a clinical social worker. Angie started Embracing Hope Counseling & Family Services PLLC in 2017. She has served as the NASW North Central Texas - Fort Worth Area Branch Chair for the last 4 years and currently serves on the NASW Clinical Social Work Task Force, working to update the NASW Standards for Clinical Social Work. She also provides workshops on Ethically Starting and Managing an Independent Clinical Practice, along with Ly Barrett, LCSW.

Online supervision will take place over a secure, HIPAA compliant telehealth platform through Therapy Appointment. Any in-person supervision will take place  in Colleyville.


Group Supervision: $45/hour

Individual Supervision: $90/hour

What Can You Expect?

  • A combination of case presentation/discussion and presentation of educational materials

  • Development in diagnostic skills utilizing the DSM-5-TR and supplemental materials

  • A safe space to learn and grow as you build on your social work knowledge and skills

  • Emphasis on competent and ethical practice

  • Client-centered social justice advocacy

  • Cultural Competency knowledge and skills needed to decolonize mental health practices

  • Emphasis on self-care to minimize burnout and vicarious trauma

  • Opportunities to learn attachment-based and trauma-informed techniques and interventions

  • Review of state and federal rules and regulations related to clinical practice and independent practice to ensure you are prepared to practice ethically.

  • LCSW exam prep

If you have questions or you’re ready to get started, email Angie at

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