Supervision Assist provides a comprehensive solution for managing the challenges universities, supervisors and students face in a mental health practicum and internship training program.
Supervisor, faculty, client and trainee evaluations
Activity entries and progress tracking
Verification of logged hours
Formative and summative assessment reports
Live, secure video sessions and playback
Digitally-processed records and forms
Automated and streamlined placement process
Applied and documented graduate competency
Our powerful, cloud-based application eliminates paperwork and repetitive tasks, centralizes student data, supports online sessions and evaluations, and offers easy activity log tracking and verification.
Record, share, review live supervised sessions. Capture and track student progress at supervision sites. Enjoy peace of mind with a secure, HIPAA-compliant system.
Training plans, faculty, site supervisors, and trainees are all orchestrated in one system, giving you visibility and control across the entire placement and supervision process.
Online evaluations and form submissions, learning objectives based on accreditation standards, and expert consulting services are at your fingertips to help you satisfy program evaluation requirements.
To empower our Supervision Assist members in making a difference in others' lives, we offer free CE courses to registered university faculty, site supervisors, and mental health trainees.
Keith is a Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years in research, clinical and consulting practice. Keith has also held leadership roles in research administration and program evaluation.
Keith currently specializes in program evaluation and system analysis. He draws upon his years of expertise as a practicing psychologist, administrator, researcher and technologist to help universities evaluate their programs to implement, meet, and maintain CACREP standards.
John is an experienced counselor educator, consultant and clinician. He has served in counselor education since 1988 with appointments as a faculty member, department chair and dean of the graduate school.
He first started working toward CACREP accreditation in 1994, in a counseling department with 3 faculty. Upon his departure, the program had grown to 31 counselor education faculty enrolling over 400 graduate students.
Our team would love to have a conversation with you about your program's specific needs.Schedule a Demo
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