Clinical Supervision

The Delaware Board of Social Work Examiners requires that individuals working toward their LCSW be supervised by a qualified professional as they seek to obtain their clinical hours.   Clinical supervision differs from regular supervision and as a profession we believe in ensuring that you have the skills you need to provide the best possible training for supervisees.  We offer this course several times throughout the year and invite qualified LCSW's to join us in becoming a clinical supervisor for the next generation of social workers. 

In addition to providing the course, we offer the only statewide clinical supervisor directory as a resource to connect individuals seeking supervision and providing supervision.  This resource is open to the public to search and all supervisors who take the NASW-DE course are eligible to be listed in this directory. 

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Become a Clinical Supervisor

Clinical supervisors are in demand.  You can help meet that demand and earn 5 CE credits.  Our clinical supervision course is designed to help you prepare for the next step in your career, give you the tools you need to support this important work, and train the next generation of social workers. 

If you have taken the NASW-DE Clinical Supervision Course, you will be automatically listed in the database.

Here's what you need to know: 
  • You must have held your LCSW for a minimum of 3 years.
  • You must have a social work license in good standing with the state of Delaware. (There are exceptions to this! Contact us if you have questions.)
  • You must have obtained a minimum of 3 CEs related to Clinical Supervision, 3 CEs related to cultural competency, and 6 CEs related to ethics within 4 years of your supervisee's application. 
  • You can only supervise a maximum of 7 supervisees at any given time.

Visit our events calendar below to enroll in our next NASW-DE Clinical Supervision Course

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Clinical Supervisor Directory

Clinical supervisors play an important role in supporting the growth of our profession.  For many social workers, supervision is not offered at their place of employment, and they need to seek outside supervision.  It's a win-win for both the social worker seeking supervision and LCSW providing it. We are happy to provide you this directory. 

Here's what you need to know: 
  • Supervisors have had their LCSW for a minimum of 3 years.
  • Supervisors currently have a license in good standing in Delaware.
  • All supervisors listed have taken the course.
  • You can filter the database by location, area of specialty, etc. to find someone that fits your current needs. 

Find A Supervisor