Supervision Services

I am a Board-Approved Supervisor with the Texas LPC and LMFT Boards.  As a supervisor I provide a safe, supportive environment for my supervisees to learn, grow, and become more confident in their work. My goals as a supervisor are to facilitate my supervisees' discovery of their "true self" as a therapist, and to help my supervisees become more integrated and confident in their counselor identities and counseling approaches.  

In my supervision work I draw from over 12 years of clinical experience in the Austin area working with individuals of all ages, as well as groups, families and couples to assist supervisees in deciding which approach/path to take with their clients, and working with a supervisees' theoretical approach. We also work together to develop treatment plans for clients with short-term and long-term goals, and track progress and outcomes. I love sharing, teaching and supporting other professionals in training, which is why I do this work. 

We will also stay up-to-date on changes to Board rules and develop individualized learning outcomes to focus on clinical growth. I have used a variety of different orientations with in my various roles as a psychotherapist, including relational-cultural, CBT, Person-Centered, Adlerian, Mindfullness/MBSR, Family Systems and Psychodynamic. 


I am currently taking a limited number of interns for supervision. At this time supervision is a combination of individual meetings once a month and group supervision once a month. Supervision takes place in my office. I do not supervise practicum students; only interns working toward full licensure with the Texas LPC or LMFT Board. Please contact me to schedule an in-person discussion if you are interested in my supervision services. 

Requirements for Supervision

  • Masters or PhD in counseling or psychology from an accredited university and completed all coursework and practicum as required by the LPC/LMFT Board.

  • Completed and passed your national exam.

  • Have a place to provide counseling services.

  • Board supervision contract as well as individual contract with me, both signed.

  • Your curriculum vitae and 2 professional references including your practicum supervisor, current LPC supervisor, if applicable, and/or a professor from your program.

  • Release of information to consult with your previous supervisor, if applicable.

  • Obtain professional liability insurance for a minimum of 1 million/3 million coverage.

  • Complete and mail your application for temporary licensure, Practicum Documentation, and the Supervisory Agreement Form along with a copy of my supervisor’s license to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors or the Texas State Board of Marriage and Family Therapists.

  • Be prepared to wait four to six weeks before your application is approved and you can begin practicing.

Reach out to get a free consultation. Email me or call me for your free 10 minute consultation in which we can discuss your concerns and talk about  any questions you have.​​​

       Member of :


  • American Counseling Association

  • Texas Counseling Association

  • Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology

3613 Williams Drive #804

Georgetown, TX 78628

Phone: (512) 864-5592

Fax: (512) 688-5001

​© 2020 by Rachel Saenger, LPC-S, LMFT-S