Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision

Supervising Novice Therapists and Counseling Interns at Bright Path.

Supervising Novice Therapists and Counseling Interns at Bright Path.

At Bright Path Counseling and Consulting, LLC, we are proud to have an Approved Supervisor from each of the master’s level licenses in Georgia.

We provide distance or in-person clinical supervision towards licensure for LPC, LMFT, and LCSW. Our Clinical Director also provides supervision in Play Therapy for counselors who are working towards becoming Registered Play Therapists.

See below our team of supervisors and their service fees.

Brandy Rogers - Therapist, GA

Brandy Rogers

LPC, CPCS, RPT-S

Mrs. Rogers specializes in the areas of play therapy, infant mental health, attachment and trauma. She is certified in TF-CBT and focuses on how to implement this trauma therapy with a play therapy approach. She is also registered as a Child Parent Psychotherapy which is a therapy that focuses on healing trauma that is impacting children ages 5 and younger. Mrs. Rogers’ approach to therapy is grounded in CBT, Attachment Theory and Family Systems. She is an active member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and has worked on projects promoting awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse. Mrs. Rogers is currently engaged in consultation with one of the leading developers of Child Parent Psychotherapy and other CPP Trainers to focus on dissemination of CPP via telemental health.

Brandy Rogers - Therapist, GA

Brandy Rogers

LPC, CPCS, RPT-S

Mrs. Rogers specializes in the areas of play therapy, infant mental health, attachment and trauma. She is certified in TF-CBT and focuses on how to implement this trauma therapy with a play therapy approach. She is also registered as a Child Parent Psychotherapy which is a therapy that focuses on healing trauma that is impacting children ages 5 and younger. Mrs. Rogers’ approach to therapy is grounded in CBT, Attachment Theory and Family Systems. She is an active member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and has worked on projects promoting awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse. Mrs. Rogers is currently engaged in consultation with one of the leading developers of Child Parent Psychotherapy and other CPP Trainers to focus on dissemination of CPP via telemental health.

Mrs. Rogers’ approach to supervision is one of support and challenge. She follows the Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision in supporting and challenging therapists in a way that is aligned with their professional developmental phase.

She believes in supporting therapists in discovering their theory, their own individual clinical intuition and finding their natural rhythm as a therapist. Mrs. Rogers does both individual and group supervision for therapists seeking licensure as a Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Social Worker. She also does supervision for therapists working to become Registered as Play Therapists.

Group Supervision: $180

Group includes 3 hours of supervision monthly (breaks down to $60 per hour of supervision). Therapists in group supervision commit to a group of peers that meet twice monthly for an hour and a half.

Groups are currently being offered on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 10:30-12 and Thursday afternoons from 12:30-2.

Individual Supervision: $80

Individual Supervision is scheduled at the therapist’s discretion.

For more information please email: BrandyRogers@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 904-1661​

For more information please email: BrandyRogers@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 904-1661​

Jennifer Mejias - Bilingual Therapist, Lawrenceville GA

Jennifer Mejias

LMFT

Ms. Mejias is currently working towards the requirements for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Approved Supervisor designation and actively training to be an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She is under supervision mentoring with AAMFT Approved Supervisor Adam Froerer, PhD, LMFT (MFT0001427). She provides supervision through a family systems perspective, aiding clinicians in recognizing how family behavioral patterns impact the individual and how the family can be a part of treatment. As a Cuban-American, Jennifer is also passionate about discussing the impact of diversity and multicultural topics on clinicians and their cases.

Jennifer Mejias - Bilingual Therapist, Lawrenceville GA

Jennifer Mejias

LMFT

Ms. Mejias is currently working towards the requirements for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Approved Supervisor designation and actively training to be an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She is under supervision mentoring with AAMFT Approved Supervisor Adam Froerer, PhD, LMFT (MFT0001427). She provides supervision through a family systems perspective, aiding clinicians in recognizing how family behavioral patterns impact the individual and how the family can be a part of treatment. As a Cuban-American, Jennifer is also passionate about discussing the impact of diversity and multicultural topics on clinicians and their cases.

Jennifer is a trained practitioner in Trauma Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Let’s Connect parenting intervention program, ARC model of trauma therapy, and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI). She also integrates play and expressive art techniques in her treatment and is currently working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist.

Jennifer’s clinical experience has focused on family life cycle challenges, child and adolescent emotion and behavioral concerns, treating children/adolescents who have experienced trauma, transitions throughout fostering/adoption process, child sexual exploitation, and presenting problems within first-generation immigrant Latino families.

Group Supervision: $75/person

Each meeting for group supervision is 1.5 hours and consists of a minimum of 2 individuals and maximum of 6 individuals. The cost for 1.5 hours group supervision is $75 per person.

Individual Supervision: $100

Individual Supervision is scheduled at the therapist’s discretion.

For more information please email: JenniferMejias@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 676-0737​

For more information please email: JenniferMejias@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 676-0737​

Jessica Donaldson - Therapist, GA

Jessica Donaldson

LCSW

Mrs. Donaldson follows the NASW best practice standards for clinical supervision and combines developmental, integrative, and orientation specific models of supervision to address the specific needs of clinical supervisees. Ms. Donaldson’s supervision expertise lies in developing therapist’s inner confidence in areas of trauma therapy, family therapy and couples counseling. Her graduate training and post Master’s work has focused in Marriage and Family therapy helping families overcome trauma, grief, and other losses that devastate families.

Jessica Donaldson - Therapist, GA

Jessica Donaldson

LCSW

Mrs. Donaldson follows the NASW best practice standards for clinical supervision and combines developmental, integrative, and orientation specific models of supervision to address the specific needs of clinical supervisees. Ms. Donaldson’s supervision expertise lies in developing therapist’s inner confidence in areas of trauma therapy, family therapy and couples counseling. Her graduate training and post Master’s work has focused in Marriage and Family therapy helping families overcome trauma, grief, and other losses that devastate families.

Mrs. Donaldson believes the purpose of therapy is for clients to experience the truth of themselves within themselves. The most important quality that a therapist can provide is the safety that allows the client to face the truth about themselves, to let go of their defenses, to experience their vulnerability that those defenses are meant to cover up. Then, how to inquire in a gentle way to deepen their understanding of all those factors. Essential for all of that, is awareness of ourselves in this process, the quality of our presence, and our capacity to be attuned, to be on the same wavelength of our clients. Supervision is focused on the self awareness in the therapeutic relationship that is required to meet these goals. Supervision is focused on developing specific therapist traits: empathetic abiding presence, self awareness, trust your gut feelings, authenticity, curiosity, confidence, non-judgment/acceptance, compassion, humility, playfulness, and non-attachment.

Ms. Donaldson is a trained supervisor and training facilitator in the Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Framework. She is trained in Compassionate Inquiry, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Client-Centered Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Imago Relationship Therapy, Matrix Model, Thinking for a Change, and Aggression Replacement Training.

Group Supervision: $180

Group includes 3 hours of supervision monthly (breaks down to $60 per hour of supervision). Therapists in group supervision commit to a group of peers that meet twice monthly for an hour and a half.

Individual Supervision: $75

Individual Supervision is scheduled at the therapist’s discretion.

For more information please email: JessicaDonaldson@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 686-7756​

For more information please email: JessicaDonaldson@BrightPathCC.com or call (770) 686-7756​