LCSW Supervision with Elizabeth Stallone-Lowder MSW, LCSW
Areas of Practice
Group Therapy and Psycho-education
Trauma; birth, pregnancy, childhood sexual abuse, rape, intimate partner violence
Women's Issues including fertility challenges, pregnancy and infant loss, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMAD)
Sexuality Education and Sex Therapy
Using visual art in the therapy process
The Daring Way ™ based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown
Earned LCSW in 2006
Certificate for LCSW Supervision
MSW from Saint Louis University
BSW from Univ. of MO - Columbia
Professional experience at agencies including
Safe Connections, Planned Parenthood, Saint Louis County Health Department, St. Vincent Home for Children, Boone County Prosecutor's Office, Columbia Police Department, True North Shelter
Steps for Working with Elizabeth
Contact her for a FREE Initial Consultation to ask questions, meet and see if we'd like to work together.
Complete the Registration of Supervision Form and mail it in.
Complete Contract paperwork with Elizabeth.
Wait for letter of approval...
...once letter is received, the date on the letter 'starts the clock' and we can begin supervision!
"Group Sup" Details
well attended by wide-range of LMSW professionals with case management, crisis intervention, supervisory/management and clinical roles
collaborative, engaging, dynamic, enriching
topics of discussion include: Burnout, Self-Disclosure, Ethics, Boundaries with Clients, Multi-Disciplinary Work, Diagnosis, Note Taking, Work/Life Balance, Studying for LCSW Exam and more!
Group Supervision is strongly encouraged but not required
Monthly Total $500
10% discount if paid in full annually
Remember, Supervisees need a minimum of 4 hours of face-to-face time with their supervisor per month. Up to 2 hours of this can be in a group setting
It's very important to make sure you find a good fit with your LCSW Supervisor. After all, you'll be working together for a minimum of 2 years or up to 4 years (but it shouldn't take you that long to pass your exam...don't worry!)
If you haven't finished taking out student loans for your MSW program, you might want to consider borrowing the amount you expect to spend over the cost of your supervision for a low interest way to finance your professional development.
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