Lead by our certified ISEP experiential professionals, the ultimate goal of supervision is to ensure that you are using your skills and knowledge appropriately, and properly handling your clients, all while being mentored during the process by a seasoned professional.
In doing this, you will find yourself at an increased skill level, as well as learning improved outcomes for patient care.
Build Skills & Deepen Understanding
Each ISEP certification requires a specific number of experiential supervision hours in order to complete your certification level
Supervision Hours Required to Become A Certified Experiential Specialist (CES):
Supervision Hours Required to Become A Certified Experiential Therapist (CET):
What to Expect
From April to December 2023, the Supervision Group call will take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST.
- April 13
- May 11
- June 8
- July 13
- August 10
- Sept 14
- October 12
- November 9
- December 14
These sessions are offered virtually, so be ready to show up, have your camera on, and we'll dive in together each month.
All calls will be recorded and uploaded to our Learning Platform.
2023 ISEP Supervision Group | 2023 April - December 2023
Lead by an experienced and licensed/ credentialed professional, in the ISEP Supervision Group you will work alongside like minded professionals to make connections and hear different perspectives on how to approach a case, or learn about alternative theoretical orientations while working towards your own professional licensing.
2023 Supervision Group Virtual Calls take place 2nd Thursday of each month from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST.
Industry-Leading Training Back by Science.
Whether you’re just now being introduced to experiential modalities, or you’re already an Experiential Professional looking to continue your growth, abilities and skill sets, ISEP Trainings are unparalleled in the mental and emotional health industry.
This is true partly because ISEP trainings are, you guessed it, experiential. But also true because all trainings are backed by science and research that much of the mental and emotional health industry is foolishly still ignoring.