For professionals who have received a master's degree in their chosen helping field, and who have attained an LCSWA or LPCA in the state of North Carolina, we offer clinical supervision. Clinical supervision will be trauma informed, and unique to the specific abilities each supervisor possesses. Our clinical supervisors are listed below. For further questions about clinical supervision, please contact the supervisor with whom you are most interested in working.
Ezra Post, MSW, LCSW, SEP - I provide clinical supervision to LCSWA licensed individuals. I have been in practice for seven years, and have been certified and trained as a clinical supervisor by the North Carolina chapter of the National Association Of Social Workers. My professional experience spans agency, academic, non-profit, hospital, and private sector settings. My degree is in clinical social work, with a specialization in trauma and interpersonal violence, from Simmons College School of Social Work in Boston, MA, the oldest school of social work in the country. My specialization and top-grade education allowed me to study and gain experience in a wide variety of practice theories, methods, and populations. My supplemental three-year certification in Somatic Experiencing further sharpened my abilities as a skilled trauma worker. Additionally my training and experience working in the field of attachment is a most useful companion to bringing about the resolution of trauma and attachment wounding in the people whom I serve. I am a caring, passionate, and down-to-earth supervisor and would be happy to discuss your interest in working with me to help build and hone your skills toward licensure.
Megan Somervill, MS, LPC, LPCS, CCH - I provide clinical supervision to individuals who have earned their LPCA. I have been practicing as a psychotherapist for eight years, and have been trained and certified as a clinical supervisor by the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors. My professional experience is well rounded and includes work in agency, outreach, school, non-profit, and private practice settings. In 2010 I earned an MS in community counseling from Western Carolina University after a 15-year career focused on teaching, outreach, and case management. Most of my training as a therapist has been geared toward the treatment of trauma, focused especially on EMDR and attachment informed techniques. I have training in a variety of other modalities, including CBT, TFCBT, and Clinical Hypnotherapy. I have provided field supervision, which combines my love for teaching and guidance with my passion as a therapist. I am dedicated to helping counselors grow as individuals, take risks, and help shape our ever-growing community of therapists. I am excited to offer my experience to LPCAs as they advance in this most meaningful career path.