A Quick Note About CARE

At CARE we pride ourselves on quality clinical training and the development of clinicians. As a supervisor, you would be a piece of the foundation that supports our mission of ‘Building a community to strengthen the community’. As a Supervisor, you are an integral part of this process and have the ability to impact the experience of many clinicians and in turn innumerable clients. We are excited to extend this opportunity to join us in this role and impact the next wave of Mental Health providers!

Supervision at CARE:

  • Maintain a clinical caseload and expectations of a licensed therapist.
  • Provide weekly supervision to unlicensed mental health practitioners (around 3-5) depending on experience, professional license, fit, and clinic needs. Each supervisee will count towards the caseload expectations.
  • Be available for supervisees to support their growth and development as mental health practitioners.
  • Be a part of an amazing team of supervisors. Providing support to one another and helping out with supervision coverage when a supervisor is out of the office.
  • Engage in management of supervisees, including performance and professional development. This includes monthly feedback and participation in annual and bi-annual reviews.

Additional Supervisor supports:

  • Supervision of Supervision: A weekly meeting that is dedicated to making sure our supervision team is aligned with CARE’s systems, policies and procedures. This is also an area for support in the provision of supervision.
  • Supervisor Dyads: a 1-1 connection with another CARE supervisor. Supervisors find this helpful to ask each other questions, refresh on policies/procedures, and have a peer to consult with when they need.
  • Dedicated channel for supervisors to ask one another questions as they arise or get feedback.

Additional Training:

  • In addition to the CEU trainings and CEU days provided by CARE for licensed staff, there are additional trainings provided to supervisors in regard to the managerial components of supervision.
  • CARE is thrilled to offer an in-house supervision training program for our emerging and current supervisors, to support CARE’s dedication to investing in the ongoing learning and development of our team! Learn more about the program here.


Education and Experience

  • Masters or Doctoral Degree in behavioral science/related field (psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy, social work, education, etc.)


  • Maintain an active, unrestricted independent clinical license as a mental health professional in the State of Minnesota (LP, LPCC, LICSW, LMFT).
  • Board approved as a Clinical Supervisor in the State on Minnesota with respective boards.

*Also hiring for Licensed Therapists, Pre-Independently Licensed Therapist, Practicum Students, Post-Doctoral Internships as well as Administrative Staff. We're Growing! New Locations Now Open.

Due to the selective nature of our hiring process we spend a significant amount of time screening prospective team members so please set your expectations to allow for 2-3 weeks prior to an invitation to interview. We will carefully consider your application during this initial screening and contact you if you are selected to continue in the recruitment process. We wish you every success.