Individual supervision: Face-to-face and/or virtual supervision is offered to Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate's (LCWSA's) or Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate's (LCASA's). Individual is the simplest form of clinical supervision; it entails one supervisor interacting with one supervisee, focusing on both supervisee and client concerns.
Group Supervision: Face-to-face and/or virtual supervision offered to LCWSA's or LCASA's with groups of supervisees, not to exceed 12 supervisees per group.
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LCSW Exam Prep:
What is the LCSW exam?
The Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) exam is administered by Association of Social Work Board (ASWB). The Clinical exam is the final, and most challenging, of the exams offered by the ASWB.
What's on the LCSW exam?
The LCSW exam, consists of 170 questions which are to be completed over a timed, four hour period. Of those questions, twenty are "testers"--questions being tested out by the ASWB for possible inclusion in future editions of the exam. Tester questions do not count toward or against your final score.
The ASWB publishes an exam content outline, covering the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) that may be tested for on the exam. The Clinical exam breaks down this way:
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, DIVERSITY, AND BEHAVIOR IN THE ENVIRONMENT (24%)
ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT PLANNING (30%)
PSYCHOTHERAPY, CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS, AND CASE MANAGEMENT (27%)
PROFESSIONAL VALUES AND ETHICS (19%)
The exam is designed to assess beginning clinical social work knowledge, skills, and abilities.
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LCAS Exam Prep:
What is the LCAS exam?
The International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC), Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor Exam (AADC) measures the competencies required to be an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. The profession requires thorough understanding of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders.
What's on the LCAS exam:
All candidates will have 3 hours to complete the computer-based exam which contains a total of 150 multiple-choice questions. Each question will have 3 or 4 answer options. There is only one correct or best answer. Only 125 of the exam questions are calculated in the final score. The remaining 25 items are pre-test questions being considered for future exams and are not used in calculation of the final score. These pre-test questions are scattered randomly throughout the exam and are not identifiable, so all questions should be read and answered carefully.
What is the content of the ADC exam? The exam questions fall into 4 performance domains.