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Contact Information

4131 Spicewood Springs Rd.

Ste N3

Austin, TX 78759

Qualifications

Years in Practice: 9
School: The University of Texas at Austin
Year Graduated: 2008

License #: 52240

License State: Texas

License Expiration: August 2018

Links

Personal Website

Finances

$55/hr- Group
$85/hr- Individual


Carly BassettVerified

Clinical Social Work-Therapist, LCSW Clinical Social Work Supervisor


*THURSDAY EVENING GROUP* ONE SPOT OPENING in APRIL 2017
Meets twice a month on Thursday evening for group. Individual session times vary.

Clinical supervision is one of the greatest investments you will make for yourself as a social worker, and for your clients. Supervision helps professionals develop skills, think critically, process difficult cases and ethical dilemmas, and also feel supported in this rewarding, yet often challenging career field. My own experience working toward the LCSW was enriching in ways that I did not expect and my hope is that I can pass that same experience along to those I supervise.

I would love to meet with you to discuss how I might help you meet your professional goals and while you work toward your clinical licensure. If possible, please have official job description available for review to make sure it will meet the clinical requirements as set by The Board.

Supervision offered in North Austin at an affordable rate.

Treatment Approach

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Eclectic

EMDR

Existential

Family Systems Therapy

Interpersonal

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Relational Therapy

Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Treatment Modality

Couples

Family

Individuals

Sex Gender

Bisexual Issues

Mental Health

Bipolar Disorder

Elderly Persons Disorders

Mood Disorders

Issues

Anxiety or Fears

Child or Adolescent

Chronic Pain or illness

Coping skills

Depression

Divorce

Family Conflict

LCSW Supervision

Loss or Grief

Peer Relationships

Relationship issues

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Suicidal Ideation

Trauma and PTSD