Clinical Supervision for Pre-licensed Professionals
Lindsay DeGroot is a skilled and experienced Clinical Supervisor, having completed the Advanced Clinical Supervision Workshop with Montana State University. She is an adjunct faculty in the counseling department at MSU and supervises provisionally licensed counselors in a rural private group practice setting. Lindsay specializes in supervision for rural mental health, child & family therapy, integrative mental health, transpersonal psychology, and the interpersonal neurobiology of trauma.
"My time under Lindsay’s supervision was one of exponential growth and I would recommend her as a supervisor to any pre licensed candidate that is looking for experience in a group private practice setting! She has a wealth of knowledge and practical wisdom that you can’t just get from books and resources and wonderfully balanced providing me guidance while also letting me have autonomy to find my own 'style' of counseling. I appreciated her mindset of being a forever learner and she modeled the importance of continuing education, which was important to me in a supervisor. Moving into my own private practice, I am able to feel confident and ready largely due to her investing in me throughout my pre-licensed time!" -R.O.
"I was supervised by Lindsay from the fall of 2020 through the fall of 2022 and in this time she became a valued boss, mentor, and friend. As I look back at this season of my life, one of the aspects of our relationship I hold most dear is Lindsay's treatment of me as someone with genuine insight and clinical skill from the beginning. She trusted me, and this helped me trust myself with my clients. I cannot overemphasize the value of this self-trust for a budding clinician, and Lindsay helped me hone my skill without ever questioning the fundamental gifts she saw in me. She also modeled vulnerability in our relationship and helped me to experience how this is done with clients within the bounds of clinical therapy. Finally, Lindsay's heart for her community impacted me greatly. Throughout our relationship, Lindsay never failed to remind me--through word and deed--of the reasons she dedicated herself to the practice of mental health therapy in a rural context. She brought me on as a partner in this mission, oftentimes at personal expense, and I will always be grateful to her for this." -Z.T.