The Process of Supervision

Within the State of Minnesota, the process of working  from a mental health practitioner to becoming a mental health professional can take many years of training, clinical work, and supervision.


For those pursuing their LPC, LPCC, or LMFT licensure, John Anderson offers supervision that is relevant, reflective, ethical, and helpful. John is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and has guided and supervised dozens of practitioners through their licensure process. He maintains a strong working relationship with those mental health professionals at agencies and clinics around the Twin Cities.


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Please reach out and contact us for more specific details and when supervision time slots are offered. Below we have links to the various boards and associations, both on the state and national level.

Board of Marriage and Family Therapy

Everything you need to know from the BMFT - licensure process, CEU info, laws, rules, forms and more!

Board of Behavioral Health

For those who are LPC or LPCC, check out the BBHT's site for all the details you need to know.


The website for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy has resources, referrals, trainings and more.