Clinical Supervision is essential for on-going clinical staff development and for practicum, internship and post-degree experience requirements...
- Building skills and knowledge base of beginner or veteran therapists
- Provides an important "second opinion" on difficult cases
- Therapists beginning their career should have regular supervision
Donna Sue Hudgins is licensed in Colorado as a Professional Counselor, and has more than 100 clock hours of training in clinical supervision.
- Ms. Hudgins can provide clinical supervision for both addiction counselors or mental health counselors in Colorado.
Clinical Supervision for the Navajo Nation - Temporary contract Jan-July 2011
Clinical Supervision for the Ute Mountain Ute Counseling and Treatment Agency, Contract March 2006-2008
Provided Administrative and Clinical Supervision for 6 counselors and 4 administrative staff at Clarity Counseling from 2000-2010
Provided Practicum and Internship opportunities for Counseling Psychology and Social Work students for Adams State College in Colorado and New Mexico Highlands University in Farmington, New Mexico.
Previous Work Experience
12/93-95, 1/00-01 SOUTHWEST COLORADO MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
Domestic Violence Therapist Cortez, CO
On-Call Clinician (intermittent) Cortez, CO
Detox Case Manager Durango, CO
1/99-8/00 Pueblo Community College Cortez CO
11/93-3/97 Cortez Addiction Recovery Services Cortez CO
Women's & Youth Program Counselor
Family Program Counselor
Prior to 1993, Ms. Spear was a chef, gaining a wide variety of culinary and business skills.