- Trying to earn hours toward licensure?
- Thinking about setting up a private practice?
When you graduate with your masters or doctorate degree in psychology, one of the hardest requirements toward licensure is supervision and getting direct client hours.
- LPC Supervision
- Psychologist Supervision
- Play Therapy Supervision
- Guidance in setting up a successful private practice
I am a licensed psychologist and licensed professional counselor that began in community mental health. I found that it was difficult to find good supervisors that could provide me with supervision necessary for licensure and professional growth. I currently have a successful private practice. I have been directly involved with the supervision of Masters and Doctoral students as adjunct faculty at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver and at the University of Colorado, Denver.
I am available to supervise Masters Level Therapists and Doctoral Level Therapists to provide LPC supervision and Psychologist supervision toward your license.
In addition, I can help you build a successful private practice!
Here is a quick guide to starting a private practice. Let me help you get started!
If you are interested in individual supervision or group supervision, please contact me in order to discuss your needs further.
Dr. Steven Lazarus, Psy.D.