Supporting the growth and development of provisionally licensed mental health providers
Dr. Christina Strayer, Ed.D, M.S, LPCS, AACC, CCTP, DCC, RYT-300
As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPCS), I provide supervision to Licensed Professional Counselor Associates (LPCA) or other provisionally licensed mental health providers as allowed by rule. Please call 919-243-1505 to set an appointment to discuss you specific supervision needs.
Degrees, Credentials, Licenses
North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision, Master of Science in Counseling and Human Development (K-12 concentration), Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Certified Trauma Professional Certification , National Board-Certified Professional Counselor-Early Childhood through Young Adulthood, Animal-Assisted Therapy Handler/Team Certified, Pet Partners Team Evaluator, Certification Animal Assisted Psychotherapy, Distance Credentialed Counselor (Telementalhealth), EMDR Certificate, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Teacher Certified.
Supervision Training and Experience
My Supervision training includes Doctoral level continuing education units in counseling supervision models. My supervision experience includes peer supervision within a higher education setting and supervising counseling interns in graduate programs during their internship.
Model of Supervision
I provide Supervision based on the Systems Approach to Supervision (SAS). I develop a structural interaction based on interpersonal structure, relationship phases and a supervisor/supervisee contract. The interpersonal structure allows the basis for empowerment of the supervisee by the supervisor assisting in the gaining of knowledge and skills in counseling. I can provide my Supervision services face to face and online based on supervisee preference.
Supervision is provided at the rate of $100.00 per hour. Group rates will be negotiated based on the number of participants.
Cash, checks and credit cards will be accepted at each supervision session.
When both parties agree to enter into a Supervisory relationship, a detailed Supervision Disclosure and Contract will be reviewed and signed.