Clinical Supervision for LICSW, LMHC, and LMFT Licensure in Washington State

Clinical supervision is not only a requirement for independent licensure and ethical practice, but it’s an investment in yourself as a mental health professional. Jason strives to be a supervisor who has the qualities that most supervisees look for: clinical knowledge and expertise, flexibility and openness, and nonjudgmental supportiveness and warmth. He is genuinely interested in the well-being of those he supervises–and of their clients–and he will encourage you to grow your “self as a therapist” along with the expansion of clinical skills.

As an Approved Supervisor for the state of Washington, Jason Chastain can provide some or all of the required supervision needed to obtain the Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist licenses. Jason highly values supervision. Jason’s desire is to give back, so that others can benefit from the challenges, training and experience encountered on his journey.

Generally the focus of Jason’s supervision is on one or more evidence-based models and their application: cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, person-centered, rational emotive behavioral, or narrative. The ability to conceptualize a case and acquire accurate empathy are a vital part of the supervision process regardless of theoretical orientation. The development of a professional self and self-awareness are also essential and must be attended to. He is also an advanced practitioner and consultant-in-training for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and can integrate this into supervision if requested.

Jason believes in guiding supervisees to think independently and creatively, as well as enhancing the linking of various evidence-based theories to practices with their clients. His goal is to help you become the best therapist you can become, and to be fully ready for independent practice. He is also mindful of the developmental stage of supervisees. He will be careful to consider your development as a therapist and tailor supervision to your needs, whether it be specific suggestions and feedback or a more exploratory discussion.

When are you available to supervise?

Supervision meetings can be arranged to accommodate almost all schedules. Jason is available Monday through Friday, as well as some evenings.

How much does clinical supervision cost?

Supervision is a smart clinical investment and the cost per supervisee depends on the format:

  • Individual supervision costs $75 an hour, $40 for 30 minutes
  • Group supervision (2 – 6 supervisees) costs $100 an hour, however this rate is divided among the supervisees. Two supervisees seen in a group session would each pay half, for example

Please contact Jason by visiting his contact page or calling his office at 509-531-6698 for more information about supervision.