Licensed Clinical Psychologist or LMFT Clinical Supervisor -
Community Counseling Services
California Lutheran University (CLU) Community Counseling Services
(CCS) clinics provide therapy to children, adolescents,
individuals, couples, and families. We operate one of the largest
university-based, low-fee community counseling clinics in
California, providing over 10,000 low fee therapy sessions each
year, primarily to Ventura County and Western LA county residents.
All of our therapy sessions are provided by Master's and Doctoral
students who are supervised by licensed psychologists. and marriage
and family therapists, and social workers. CCS provides therapy
services in Spanish and English. The CCS provides outpatient
counseling and includes four specialized programs: disaster mental
health (DMH), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and
commitment therapy (ACT), and a program providing counseling for
survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV).
Reporting to the Director of Community Counseling Services (CCS),
Clinical Supervisors provide individual and/or group clinical
supervision to MFT interns and graduate student trainees enrolled
in Cal Lutheran's MFT and PsyD programs. Supervisors play an
integral role in facilitating trainee growth and are a critical
part of the CCS team. Supervisors meet as a group twice-monthly
with the Clinic Director to consult on cases, discuss supervision,
and aid CCS clients in receiving high-quality care. All therapy
sessions at CCS are digitally recorded, and supervisors utilize the
video recordings as part of their supervision process with
trainees. Notes are kept in Titanium, and supervisors review and
sign off on all student notes. Supervisors may choose to work with
students and provide supervision in either the Westlake Village
clinic, Oxnard clinic, or both. Some virtual supervision may be
permitted as long as the state licensure board continues to approve
Meet individually or in groups with students to oversee the quality
of their clinical work and to assist in their skill
Coordinate clinical supervision activities with the Clinic
Review student clinical notes and video recordings. Provides
revision suggestions, clinical guidance, and signs off on final
Collaborate with Clinic Director to ensure students are meeting
professional development goals and providing quality counseling
Keep track of supervision hours, weekly client hours, hourly
Complete student evaluations in the required format for each
student twice yearly.
Responsibility for the trainee’s clinical work and legal/ethical
Performs related duties as assigned.
California law and ethics related to the practice of MFT or PsyDs
(depending on trainee).
Clinical supervision, theory, and practice.
For MFT supervision, current theories and interventions related to
the practice of MFTs, with an emphasis on working from a systemic
For doctoral supervision, knowledge and practice of evidence-based
theories and interventions
Behave in a professional and ethical manner.
Form professional relationships and maintain respectful
Work collegially as a team member.
Utilize interpersonal skills such as tact, patience, and
Possession of a master’s degree from a graduate institution of
recognized standing or equivalent experience and professional
recognition. A current CA license in Marriage and Family Therapy,
Psychology, or Clinical Social Work is required.
Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to and success working in diverse,
multicultural, and multiracial communities.
For MFT supervision, AAMFT Approved supervisor or AAMFT supervisor
For PsyD supervision, an evidence-based perspective.
Licenses and Other Requirements:
A current CA license in Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology, or
Clinical Social Work is required. A minimum of two years
post-licensure professional experience including work as a clinical
supervisor, as well as successful completion of required
To apply, visit https://careers.callutheran.edu/postings/10829
California Lutheran University is an accredited, private,
comprehensive university located midway between Santa Barbara and
Los Angeles. Cal Lutheran is home to more than 2800 undergraduate
and 1350 graduate students who come from more than 66 countries and
represent a wide variety of faiths. 48% of Cal Lutheran students
are international students or from underrepresented groups, and
over 30% of first time freshmen are first generation students. The
University encourages candidates who will contribute to the
cultural diversity of Cal Lutheran to apply.
Additional information may be found at www.callutheran.edu. All
offers will be contingent upon the completion of a successful
California Lutheran University is committed to providing equal
opportunity in employment for all persons, regardless of race,
religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical
disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status,
sex, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender, gender
identity or expression, or any other basis protected by applicable
law. No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied
the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program,
activity or facility of the University on the basis of these
factors in a manner consistent with applicable federal and state
laws, regulations, ordinances, orders and rules, and University’s
policies, procedures, and processes.
Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process
can be provided to individuals with qualifying disabilities. Please
contact the Human Resources Department for further information or
to request an accommodation.