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Training Series- The Business Side of Providing Supervision

  • April 03, 2023
  • 9:00 AM
  • December 31, 2023
  • 10:00 PM
  • Virtual



The Business Side of Providing Supervision with Mark Wilde, LMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervisor and Tamara Statz, MA, LMFT, FT

Live Stream- Mon April 3rd, 2023 9-11  

2 Supervision CEUS

*This webinar has 2 Supervision CEUS approved by the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy. 

Presenters' Bios: 
Mark Wilde
 is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a MN board approved supervisor, and an AAMFT approved supervisor. He has provided both group and individual supervision to clinician working toward licensure since 2012.

Tamara Statz, MA, LMFT, FT specializes in adult mental health focusing on grief and loss, chronic and terminal illness, caregiving, and dementia in her private practice, Vibrant Living, LLC. In addition to her clinical work, Tamara is an adjunct instructor at Saint Mary's University in both the Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy programs. Tamara is a board-approved supervisor in Minnesota through BMFT and BBHT. She is passionate about equipping the next generation of therapists through education and supportive supervision. As a business owner, Tamara knows first-hand the experiences of creating and maintaining documentation, deciding on a fee structure and discussing money with clients and supervisees, as well as how to advertise services offered. She is passionate about equipping supervisors to make the most of the experience of providing supervision.

Description: One of the first questions many therapists ask after going thru the process of becoming a board-approved supervisor is "How do I find people to supervise?" Another common question is "How much should I charge?" This training will offer answers to these and other important questions that approved supervisors may have about adding supervision as a revenue stream to their side job or as part of their private practice.


1. The participant will learn the basics on how to connect with people who need supervision

2. The participant will learn about how to handle recordkeeping, accounting and other business aspects of supervision.

3. The participant will leave with a better understanding of how to do supervision as part of a small business.

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