Clinical Supervision: Integrated Developmental Model (6 hours)

6 Hours Clinical Supervision: Integrated Developmental Model

Clinical Supervision: Integrated Developmental Model (6 hours)

Price: $72.00

This course will help both current and aspiring supervisors in developing and strengthening their supervisory skills. With the proper level of knowledge and competencies, supervisors can assist newer mental health professionals build their skills and preserve a higher level of professionalism in the field. The course will explain the importance of adopting a supervisory model and provide a detailed overview of the Integrated Developmental Model. The Integrated Developmental Model provides a roadmap for supervisors that enhances their understanding of their supervisee’s stage of development and assists the supervisor to develop realistic expectations, build compassion and understanding, and allow them to offer interventions that align with their supervisee’s developmental needs and abilities.

Sharon Greene is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Sharon has been adjunct faculty at the University of Southern California and California State University Northridge in the Graduate Social Work Departments for the past 5 years. She is currently the training director at Providence Saint John’s Child and Family Development Center which is a nonprofit that provides mental health services to children and their families. She has been providing mental health services to children and their families for over 15 years. She is a certified therapist, supervisor and trainer in Interpersonal Psychotherapy by the Interpersonal Psychotherapy Institute. She has been providing training and supervision in this model for 5 years and has seen its efficacy in treating clients with multiple psychiatric disorders.

Amanda Rowan is an LCSW and the founder and CEO of the Therapist Development Center. Amanda graduated with honors from Dartmouth College where she majored in Neuroscience. She earned her Masters in Social Welfare at UCLA. Since founding the Therapist Development Center in 2008, Amanda has prepared more than 50,000 therapists nationwide to pass their state licensing exams. She is a certified Gestalt Therapist who has worked with a wide variety of clients in a range of settings over the past 20 years. She is a highly effective instructor who has a passion for collaborating with seasoned therapists who understand what works because they do it every day.

This workshop is designed for mental health clinicians with two or more years of post- licensure experience who are interested in developing or enhancing their clinical supervision skills.

Please check your state's specific requirements.

For the California BBS, licensed supervisors of associate MFTs and PCCs are required to complete a minimum of six (6) hours of supervision training within 60 days of commencement of supervision, and six (6) hours of supervision training each license renewal period. Licensed supervisors of associate social workers must complete an initial fifteen (15) hours of supervision training, and six (6) hours of supervision training each license renewal period. 

NOTE: Licensed Clinical Psychologists and Psychiatrists are exempt from these requirement." 

California MFT requirements:

California Social Work requirements:

California PCC requirements:

Therapist Development Center, provider 1449, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Therapist Development Center maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 5/30/24-5/30/27. Social workers completing this course receive 6 continuing education credits.

If you are an AMFT, MFT, ASW, or LCSW in California, the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) accepts continuing education credits given through ASWB ACE-approved courses.

As a result of participating in this training, participants will be able to:

1. Define what is the Integrated Developmental Model

2. Define the four different levels of supervisees according to the integrated developmental model

3. Articulate what a supervisor needs to do to meet the needs of supervisees at each level

4. Articulate the areas that a supervisor needs to assess in order to understand their supervisee’s developmental level

CE Credits - 6 Hours

REGISTRATION: Please register online at

HOW TO ACCESS THIS COURSE: Once registered, participants will be able to download handouts and listen to recorded audio lectures. 

PRICE: $72

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION: The participant will be able to print their certificate of completion immediately after receiving a score of 80% or better on the posttest and completing the course evaluation.

CANCELLATION POLICY: If you contact us prior to utilizing your course, you may receive a tuition refund less a $10 cancellation fee.

GRIEVANCE POLICY: Your satisfaction is our goal. To view our grievance policy, click here.

ADA Needs: We are happy to accommodate your ADA needs, please email:


CONTACT INFORMATION: Therapist Development Center



Average: 5 (4 votes)
Natalie Asawesna, LMFT, Tustin, California

I was able to immediately use information learned with my supervisees and see my progress and theirs.

Alexandra Phelps, Corte Madera, California

This course was so helpful! I am a new supervisor and had taken a 12 hour course through another provider that left me feeling a bit confused and overwhelmed. I loved the IDM that was presented as it helped me to have a better framework in understanding supervisees. I have technically met my CEU requirements at this point but I am going to sign up for the 15 hour course as I believe this information is so valuable. I love the way it was presented with clear information, helpful examples, and concrete ideas for supervision.

Titus Ogbuafor, Not Hispanic or Latino, California

I am particularly impressed by the articulation of the role of the supervisors and clear steps of what the supervisees are expected to learn.