CLINICAL AND PLAY THERAPY SUPERVISION
Kadesha Adelakun, LCSW, RPT-S provides Individual and Group Clinical and Play Therapy Supervision services (in-person and online). We will spend time on a variety of topics including staffing clients, licensure and/or credentialing preparation, and whatever else the group members want to discuss to feel comfortable and confident in this growth process.
Candidates for Master’s level licenses (LCSW, LMFT, and LPC) must obtain at least half of their supervision hours from a clinician with the same license that they are pursuing.
Individuals interested in beginning individual or group supervision with Kadesha can feel free to set up a free initial consultation by calling her at 404-407-5096 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will answer any questions you might have and discuss whether supervision with her will adequately match your professional goals.
Please use the following link for specific licensure criteria.
Please use the following link for specific play therapy credentialing criteria.
CLINICAL AND PLAY THERAPY CONSULTATION
Kadesha Adelakun, LCSW, RPT-S also offers consultation for therapists in private practice to assist you with having an inclusive and anti-racist practice. She provides consultation to assist you with barriers regarding your therapeutic relationship and interventions with BIPOC clients, hiring policies, forms, office decor, etc. Although, Kadesha’s niche is play therapy, consultations are available for all therapists! Individuals interested in receiving consultation with Kadesha can call her at 404-407-5096 or send her an email at email@example.com.
The Journey of Cultural and Racial Diversity in Play Therapy is a Facebook group started and led by Kadesha Adelakun, LCSW, RPT-S who provides cultural and racial diversity play therapy practice development consultation, play therapy training, and play therapy supervision, which is also available at a distance. The purpose of this group is to provide support and assist play therapists with building and maintaining a culturally and racially diverse play therapy practice, as well as share culturally and racially diverse resources.
If you are a therapist who are either already providing play therapy or who are training to become a registered play therapist, feel free to join The Journey of Cultural and Racial Diversity in Play Therapy at https://www.facebook.com/groups/theplayjourney.