A Harris Consulting provides clinical supervision for clinicians looking for professional credentials in the field of social work and substance use treatment. Angie Harris is an approved clinical supervisor for Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioners (LSATP) , and Certified Substance Abuse Counselors (CSAC) in Virginia. She offers individual and group supervision for each of these professional paths.
Angie has been working in the field of behavioral health for 14 years. She is a strong advocate for social workers and considers herself a life-long learner of clinical practice techniques. She has extensive knowledge related to micro, macro and meso systems that impact the field of social work. She has worked across the continuum of care and understands the value of strong clinical support in supervision. She enjoys helping clinicians learn about the application of theory in clinical practice while supporting the advancement of the field. Supervision includes case discussions, application of theory, processing boundaries and preparation for the LCSW exam.
Angie is a seasoned clinician in the field of substance use disorder treatment. She provides supervision for LSATP candidates through the Board of Counseling in Virginia. Angie is highly experienced in the clinical assessment of substance use issues, including the application ASAM placement criteria for level of care recommendations for the most validated treatment approaches. Angie is able to provide clinical supervision to support a variety of treatment modalities for substance use issues, including harm reduction, 12 step facilitation when appropriate. Supervision includes case discussion, boundary setting and theoretical application in the treatment of the spectrum of substance use issues.
Angie provides supervision for those seeking a CSAC. Angie is a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) and a member of NAADAC, the association for addiction professionals. She believes in supporting the integrity of the profession by providing supervision and credentialing attainment for those professionals working the field of substance use disorders in order to support strong ethics in the field. Supervision focuses on boundaries in recovery, implementing evidenced based practices in treatment, and collaboration among treatment professionals to support clients and their families in recovery.